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|23 Jul - 2 Aug, Thu-Sun||Grampians|
|(Cancelled) (Cancelled due to COVID outbreak in Victoria) A variety of day walks in the Grampian Ranges in Western Victoria. Central Grampians – Wonderland Circuit Walk 13km – grade 3; Mt Rosea Circuit Walk 12km – grade 3. Northern Grampians – Mt Stapylton Loop Walk 12km – grade 3; Mt Gar, Briggs Bluff Traverse 15km grade 3, Southern Grampians – Moora Moora Falls Walk 11km – grade 3; Fyans Creek to Mt William 16km – grade 3; Teddy Bear Gap Loop 9km – grade 3; The Fortress Walk 12km Grade 4. Accommodation will be in the Halls Gap Gardens Caravan Park, a variety of cabins are available and powered and unpowered sites for camping, campervans and motorhomes. Own transport is required, may be options for sharing cars depending on availability. Driving to walks will be shared amongst drivers and club rates will apply for passengers. Some walks can only be accessed on dirt roads, the condition of which will not be known until arrival. For itinerary and more information contact Adrian Jones. Limit: 18. View|
|22-24 Aug, Sat-Mon||Yodellers Adventure|
|Co-leader Kevin Songberg. A 3-day pack walk. Details to be advised. Exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Widden 89321N, Mount Pomany 89321S, and Talooby 89324N View
|18-20 Sep, Fri-Sun||Car Camping Trip Mt Wilson|
|(Fully Booked) Camping at Cathedral Reserve Campground or staying in cottages at Mt Wilson in the Blue Mountains. Three days of walking nearby. Boronia Point walk 4.6km – grade 2; Zircon Creek Walk and Happy Valley Walk – grade 3; Sunday Spur and Bogey Holes Walk 13km – grade 3. Cathedral Reserve Campground is a large grassy open space with plenty of room for tents, campervans and small motorhomes. Own transport is required, may be options for sharing cars depending on availability. Driving to walks will be shared amongst drivers and club rates will apply for passengers. For itinerary and more information contact Adrian Jones. Limit: 20. View|
|2-5 Oct, Fri (09:00AM)-Mon (12:00PM)||Warrumbungles national Park|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) It's very hard to beat the Warrumbungles National Park in Spring if you want to commune with nature and do some truly spectacular walking on an impressive track system. Add hot showers and good amenities and it all adds up to a fantastic time in the bush. Also, there should be a good display of wildflowers to enjoy.
I plan to start the first walk on the friday morning after setting up camp Rock scrambling on some walks. The walk will be contingent on the current restrictions on camping easing in time.
Map: warrumbungles View
|20-27 Oct, Tue-Tue||Grampians|
|Grade:3/6||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Nearly fully booked) We stay at one place and do 6 days of day walks in the Grampians. Graeme Bradburn will be leading walks with an emphasis on native orchids. This is a back to back walk with GOW (The Great Ocean Walk). GOW is between 11/10/2020 to 20/10/2020. People doing GOW will travel from The Twelve Apostles to Grampians on 20/10. We plan to stay a week in a Holiday Park at Halls Gap where you can choose your own preferred accommodation. Own car transport Steep and slippery sections. Dependent on COVID restrictions relaxing in time, which seems likely. Limit: 10. View|
|21-26 Oct, Wed-Mon||Grampians, Victoria|
|This is a series of six walking days based at Halls Gap. Walks will include The Sundial Circuit, Grand Canyon, McKenzie Falls, Boronia Peak, The Wonderland Circuit and several others, depending on weather and time. We can take a trip to Great Western to visit Mr.Seppelt and Mr.Best in the event of bad weather. Ararat and Stawell are also within easy driving distance. We plan to stay at the Halls Gap Holiday Park (NRMA discount offered) but you can choose other accommodation. Contact James for a summary of the proposed walks. Six days of Grade 3 walks, various elevations.
Location: Grampians NP Limit: 15. View
|1 Nov, Sun||Nepal and Bhutan|
|Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Honey gatherers trek eastern Nepal near spectacular Annapurna ranges to view ancient dying tradition of harvesting honeycomb of the giant black bee, the largest bee on our planet, nestled on cliff walls. 15 day trip in November, moderate grade, homestay and tents. Leader will provide itinerary on inquiry. Cultural sensitivity a major prerequisite and a good level of fitness. We will visit World heritage sites in Kathmandu and then fly to Bhutan for a cultural tour 6 days, and climb up to Tigers Nest Monastery... Leader is organising trip with a reputable friend in Nepal who has a company that we have used over the years. Altitude for both Nepal and Bhutan will not be higher than approx 3200 metres. This is an overseas trip and own insurance required. Expressions of interest contact. Limit: 10. View|
|10-12 Nov, Tue (06:30AM)-Thu (18:00PM)||Six Foot Track|
|Grade:3/6||Length||46km||900m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Expression of interest is sought to pack walk the Six Foot Track in 3 days. We'll take a shuttle to start walk from Jenolan Caves.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park Limit: 10. View
|20-22 Nov, Fri (15:10PM)-Sun (16:00PM)||Newnes weekend away|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||400m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Date Changed) (Cabins full, car camping available. Contact leader.) Drive to Newnes on Friday afternoon. Share accommodation in the comfy and fully equipped Newnes Cabins. Friday night spotlighting (wombats, possums, roos etc guaranteed). Saturday a decent walk to be announced. Saturday night help celebrate Paul Webster's 70th and sit around the campfire. Sunday smaller walk or explore the ruins. For those not wishing to walk, Newnes is a great place to spend a lazy day. Cost is approx. $100 per person for both nights. Bring a plate to share for each of the evening meals. The limit of 23 will decrease if others non NPA start booking the cabins. Slippery sections.
Map: Newnes Limit: 23. View
|3-9 Dec, Thu (08:00AM)-Wed (14:00PM)||Kosciuszko Pack Walk|
|More magic in December with my 9th annual Koscie walk. This year, we pick the best from last year and eliminate the hard bit. So we have one night on Round Mountain fire trail then two lovely nights at both Pretty Plain and then Wheelers Huts. A lovely walk to do with the usual great scenery and the usual lovely Koscie bushland and flowers.
Location: Kosciuszko NP Limit: 15. View
|23-26 Jan, Sat (09:00AM)-Tue (14:30PM)||Kowmung|
|(NEW!!!) Megalith Ridge - Kowmung River - Morong Deep - Rudders Rift - Hatchers Hollow - Sombre Dome - Uni Rover Trail. Quite simply, this will be one of the finest wilderness walks you can ever do in our wonderful state! Within the Kanangra Boyd National Park lies the untamed Kowmung River and on this walk, we will explore the many diverse landscapes it flows through as it makes its way down towards its junction with the Coxs River. Some of the highlights include the incredibly beautiful Morong Deep, a place of Olympic sized pools, multiple cascades and pink granite formations, Rudders Rift and the 5-star campsite of Hatchers Hollow with its hectares of grassy expanse and the possibility of spotting a platypus. Our ascent will take us via Sombre Dome, an impressive peak with expansive views and the well known Uni Rover Trail back to the cars. Rock scrambling, and offtrack walking.
Location: Kanangra-Boyd NP
Map: Kanangra 89303S, Gurnang 88291N, and Yerranderie 89294N View
|21-26 Mar, Sun-Fri||Western Snowy Mountains 2021|
|(Nearly fully booked) It’s the 22nd anniversary for this trip and it will be a trip like no other given the situation in Kosciuszko NP and surrounds. Some of the regular walks have been heavily impacted by fire, some Snowy huts and other infrastructure destroyed but others not, so we’ll need to carefully select which areas to visit. Importantly we will have the opportunity to survey and learn what’s happening with the recovery of the landscape by then while offering support to the impacted communities of the region. Base at caravan park with camping, powered site or cabin options. Joint trip with Illawarra Ramblers, combined limit applies. Contact leader for more trip detail. Limit: 16. View|
|11-22 Jul, Sun (08:00AM)-Thu (16:00PM)||Thorsbourne Trail|
|(Date Changed) A lovely pack walk on the Thorsbourne Trail on Hinchinbrook Island in Queensland. This is one of Queensland’s Great Walks and is a wonderful mixture of rainforest and beaches. Some great campsites; some nice swimming holes; mostly short days; with at least one 2-night stop, all make this a really terrific walk. There is great demand for the limited walk permits at this time of the year so we need to book close to the possible one-year in advance. Seven days (6 nights) of actual walking. A day of snorkeling on the reef prior to the walk is also planned.
Location: Hinchinbrook Limit: 8. View
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