Time: 4-5 hours (Including breaks)
Access: From Hobart Drive towards New Norfolk then on through bushy park, the Park is well signed all the way.
From the Mt Field visitor centre follow Lake Dobson road to Lake Fenton car park (there are two routes this route starts from the second Mt Field East car park)
From the car park the track skirts uphill to the west then turns back this is to avoid walkers walking up the narrow road to the start at Lake Fenton. Once you have crossed Dobson road, follow the track below Lake Fenton dam (in high winds, spray from the dam can give a quick shower).
The track from here is an uphill slog for about an hour, though not too difficult. The track is a mix of rock, tree roots, boarding and mud. Around 3/4 of the way up is a turn off to Seagers Lookout, continue past the turn off and keep heading up hill.
Eventually the track levels out as you approach a pass where you get some views of your destination. The track descends to an open plain which can be quite muddy the track is easy to follow and is marked with star pickets every 20-40 metres.
This takes you to the start of a scree slope which leads to the summit, it can be rather exposed to the elements here and appropriate equipment is required for all seasons. The track through the scree to the summit is marked with cairns.
From the top you are rewarded with views of Bushy Park, Mount Field West, and even down to Mount Wellington (the radio transmission tower on Mount Wellington is visible to the eye). The walk can be done as a circuit returning to the first car park, I however, chose to retrace my steps back.