Altitude: 1360m to 1475m. Gain: 0m. Loss: 115m . Gradient: 18 deg (Moderate)
Skills: Alpine weather (2/7) Winter - Snow/ice underfoot (2/7)
The route down from the Kylie Biv turnoff to the biv itself follows a steep, narrow spur SE. The route is marked with warratahs and cairns, dropping into leatherwood, where there is a well cut track (2018). The biv sits among tall leatherwood on a flat shoulder of the spur. The view from the bivis unimpressive, but the long-drop 20m beyond looks all the way down the Makaroro to the plains below.