"The old steel ladder that used to be towards the top of the climb rusted out a couple of years ago and it disappeared. Where to, and by whom we still don't know. It wasn't removed by Parks and Wildlife Service (PWS). Nobody really knew when it was put there and by whom. It had always just been there. It never met safety standards, so in one way it was a blessing that it rusted out and was removed. We had the PWS Engineers look at it initially to design a new one that met Australian safety standards and the Engineer recommended that by not replacing it we were reducing the likelihood of someone injuring themselves by not encouraging people who may not be so agile to attempt the last bit where rock hopping is necessary, and that there are still great views to be had without going the last few metres. Anyone who is reasonably fit and agile can still get up the bit where the ladder used to be. I hope that answers your question".