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|31 Mar, Wed||Beyond Nirvana Caves|
|Park at GR 727 932 on Mountain Lagoon Road. Walk north along Nirvana Ridge on an old fire trail, then off-track to Nirvana Caves. Next, traverse underneath the cliff line to the south-west, then south, looking for more caves. The exit point back to Nirvana Ridge will depend on available time. Once on top, follow the ridge back to the car. Partly exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Mountain Lagoon 90313S View
|31 Mar, Wed||Fortress Ridge and Lockleys Pylon|
|(Postponed) Joint leader Sheila Walker. Park some cars at the end of the walk, drive back along Mt Hay Rd and start at the corner of Mt Hay Road and Fortress Ridge Trail, walk past Fortress Rock Lookout, the Cave and Waterfall to the Fortress Ridge Lookout, turn around, on the way back turn into Fortress Canyon Entry Track, cross Fortress Creek, then along an indistinct track to the Lockleys Pylon Track on to Lockleys Pylon, and then walk back to Mt Hay Road. Steep and slippery sections, creek crossings, scrambling uphill on indistinct track and possible fallen trees across track.
Location: Blue Mountains Limit: 15. View
|31 Mar, Wed||Mount York and Lockyers Track Head loop walk|
|(Fully Booked) Starting from the car park at the junction of Mt York Road and the Nature Walk, walk along the track alongside Mt York Road to Bardens Lockout, Mt York and then along the Nature Walk to Lockyers Track Head, Hartley Vale and continue along the track back to the car park. Mount York was the point where Blaxland, Lawson and Wentworth viewed the Hartley Valley and the ‘west’ for the first time during their successful crossing of the Blue Mountains in 1813. Muddy, steep and slippery sections.
Location: Mount Victoria Limit: 15. View
|31 Mar, Wed 8:50AM||Olympic Park: Concord West to Meadowbank|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Marilyn C.|
|Olympic Park: from Concord West via Brickpit, Wentworth Common, Waterbird Refuge and Badu Mangroves to Rhodes then Meadowbank. Start at Concord West Station, walk various pathways in Sydney Olympic Park, then walk back to Meadowbank Station via Rhodes Corso. Enjoy a variety of environments in Olympic Park, including the Brickpit ring walk, home of the Golden Bell Frog, Wentworth Common, the Waterbird Refuge – stilts, ducks, black swans - and Badu Mangroves. Walk out at Rhodes and along the Corso, across Meadowbank Railway Bridge and finish at Meadowbank Station. sydneyolympicpark.com.au COVID bookings required. Email your mobile, emergency contact and membership numbers. Streets and tracks. Slips, trips and falls. Limit: 12. View|
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