Gordon Smith Pass provides a fairly easy route from Brennan Top down to the Kilpatrick Causeway.
Gordon Smith Pass was named after Gordon Smith, one of the 'Tiger Walkers', a phenomenal bushman & walker who died in a Japenese Prisoner of War Camp in World War II.
The Pass descends through a large slot, filled with a boulders & rubble. Some scrambling skills are needed but the pass can be negotiated with care.
From the bottom of the slot a track heads generally north down to the Kilpatrick Causeway.
There are a couple of good lookouts just near the top of the Gordon Smith Pass.
Aboriginal Artwork can be seen on the rock walls at the base of the Pass.
Kanangra Tops (Dunphy)
Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)