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|2 Sep, Sun 8:00AM||Harbour Circle Part 2|
|Grade:3/6||Length||16km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(NEW!!!) This is Part 2 of a 60 km, four-day walk, circling Sydney Harbour with the Sydney Harbour and Gladesville Bridges as its eastern and western points. This walk is co-led by Sheila Walker and Esther Chow.
Part 2 starts from Greenwich Wharf to Woolwich Wharf.
This is a magnificent walk focusing on the Harbour itself – the expanse of water, the bridges, islands, urban bushland and city skyline. The route winds along parts of the foreshore, into bays and on to headlands, through bush, along historic streets and over grand bridges.
Bring water, snacks and lunch. Some slippery sections.
Location: Sydney Harbour
Map: Walk Coastal Sydney Limit: 12. View
|3-11 Sep, Mon-Tue||Gems West of the Mountains|
|Based at Lithgow and Rylstone we shall spend 9 days pagoda hopping and exploring some very interesting and scenic locations. Caravan, cabin, motel or camp.
Evans Crown, Goochs Crater, Hassans Walls, Deep Pass, BlackFellows Hands, Blackmans Crown, Dunns Swamps Pagodas and Ferntree Gully Nature Reserve.
All of the walks are short possibly 4km or less but you will need to be agile, enjoy exploring. Climbing and scrambling, can be some exposure at heights.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP Limit: 12. View
|4 Sep, Tue 8:02AM||Milsons Point to Wollstonecraft|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||250m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Train to Milsons Point Station, walk around Lavender Bay, Balls Head and Berry Island to Wollstonecraft Station. Even walk, few rocks and up and down bush track. Limit: 12. View|
|5 Sep, Wed 9:35AM||Balmain East to White Bay|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|Ramble Balmain East to White Bay. Some hills. View|
|5 Sep - 7 Oct, Wed-Sun||Slovenia and Croatia Hiking and Cycling|
|(Fully Booked) A trip to Slovenia and Croatia from 5 Sept to 7 Oct 2018. Need to be able to do the entire trip and to carry a 10-12 kg pack for 5 days in the Julian Alps in Slovenia, staying in hotels and mountain huts. This hike commences and finishes in Bled and is medium difficulty involving a 11km, 620m ascent; 10.5km, 1100m ascent; 11km, 700m descent; 8.5km, 340m ascent and a 18km, 1200m descent. There are two cycles. The first one is from Ljubljana in Slovenia to Porec in northern Croatia. Cycling for 9 days with daily distances from 35km to 57km. The second cycle is in the islands of Kvarner Bay in the northern Adriatic. It is a cruise and cycle covering 5 islands with cycling distances between 21km and 45km, difficulty grade 2 to grade 4. For itinerary and further information contact Adrian Jones. View|
|8 Sep, Sat||Cycle the M7|
|Rob & Jayne G.|
|Approx 50 kms return, Casula to Rooty Hill return, cycle path all the way. Lunch at Rooty Hill Pub (Lone Pine Tavern). An enjoyable ride with some hills. Bring water and sun cream. No helmet - no go! Combined activity with Sutherland Bushwalking Club, National Parks Association, Bush Club and St George Bicycle User Group. View|
|8-9 Sep, Sat (08:30AM)-Sun (15:00PM)||Kalianna Ridge to the Monolith Valley and return|
|This is one of our states classic walks featuring the spectacular and photogenic Monolith Valley which we will reach via the iconic Kalianna Ridge Track. Everywhere you look on this walk you'll be rewarded with unparalled views of some of our finest landforms! Tents not needed as we camp in the aptly named Sunrise cave. Steep track in some parts.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Corang 89273N Limit: 12. View
|11 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||The Boxvale Track|
|Grade:3/6||Length||11km||450m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|A circuit walk which includes the Old Tramway Track, tunnel and lookout giving views towards the Blue Mountains. Rough tracks, creek crossings, slippery rocks and some steep sections.
Location: Mt Alexander NR
Map: Mittagong 89292S Limit: 20. View
|12 Sep, Wed 9:39AM||Carlingford to Telopea|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|Downhill ramble Carlingford to Telopea. View|
|15-16 Sep, Sat (12:00PM)-Sun (16:00PM)||Events at Ahimsa|
|General Community Event|
|The events at ‘Ahimsa’ provides a rare opportunity to visit the property and learn more about its background. There is no charge to attend. The National Trust Marie Byles exhibition panels will be on display at ‘Ahimsa’ and tell the story of Marie’s extraordinary life and interests. The panels will be on display from 12 noon to 4pm on 15 and 16 September, and combined with a Sunday afternoon Spring wildflower walk in Pennant Hills Park organised by the Beecroft-Cheltenham Civic Trust followed by afternoon tea in the Hut of Happy Omen. View|
|18 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Griffith Walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Griffiths Walk is a circuit walk through varied vegetation including forest and open heathland. A short detour to a lookout gives views along the coast. There are many birds and a lovely lunch spot by the creek. Rough track, slippery rocks and creek crossing.
Location: Barren Grounds NR
Map: Robertson 90284N Limit: 20. Best Walk: Griffiths Trail Loop Walk View
|19 Sep, Wed 10:05AM||Woy Woy area|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|Level ramble Woy Woy area. View|
|20-29 Sep, Thu-Sat||Paddle week|
|Mid North Coast - Wallace Lake and Forster area. Day paddles on lakes and rivers in the area. Led by local paddler & NPA member, John Thorn; organised by Helen Moody. Joint activity with Illawarra Ramblers. Based at camp site. Day paddles, 12-20 kms plus rest day. Travel days 20/7 & 29/7. Please note that these paddling events are very popular and book out quickly. Expressions of interest to Helen by email. Make own accommodation arrangements. Please don’t book in unless very certain you will participate. Be mindful that pulling out at a late stage simply because of change of mind is unfair to people that have been turned away. Experienced paddlers with sit -in kayaks only. PFDs compulsory. Spray skirts compulsory on open water at leader’s discretion. Limit: 25. View|
|21-27 Sep, Fri-Thu||Mid North Coast Paddle Week|
|(Updated Details) Day paddles on lakes and rivers in the Forster area. Led by local paddler John Thorn; organised by Helen Moody. Joint activity with Illawarra Ramblers. Based at camp site. Day paddles 21/9 to 27/9, plus rest day. Travel days 20/9 & 28/9. These paddling events are very popular and book out quickly. Expressions of interest to Helen by email. Make own accommodation arrangements. Camp site will require a non-refundable deposit of one night’s accommodation. Experienced paddlers with sit in kayaks only. Spray skirts compulsory on open water at leader’s discretion. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 25. View|
|22 Sep, Sat 9:00AM||Grass Tree Circuit|
|The aptly named Grass Tree Circuit is full of variety and an abundance of wild flowers and as an added bonus on this trip we visit a large Aboriginal engravings site as a side trip. This alone is worth the entry price! Some rocky steep sections of track.
Location: Dharug NP
Map: Gunderman 91313S Limit: 15. View
|25 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Red Rocks Trig|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||420m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Red Rocks Nature Reserve is on the top of Mt Camberwarra. A rough fire trail leads out to a trig point overlooking Kangaroo Valley. On the return a side track leads out to Brown Mountain Lookout over the coast. Aboriginal rubbings are seen on both tracks. Rough track, unfenced cliff edges, slippery after rain.
Location: Red Rocks NR
Map: Berry 90283N Limit: 20. View
|29 Sep - 2 Oct, Sat-Tue||Gardens of Stone Grand Traverse|
|On this adventurous walk we will traverse over some of the best walking country the Gardens of Stone National Park can offer, with great views all along the way and superb campsites. We will start at Newnes and finish at Cape Horn, visiting and climbing Mt Dawson, Woolpack Rock and other attractions along the way. A trip to remember as no crowds, wilderness walking and hopefully lots of spring wild flowers will be out. Rock scrambling and off-track walking in many parts.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S Limit: 15. View
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