Huon Hill, Wodonga – Sunday, November 20

Huon Hill is an isolated crop of high ground, located on the eastern edge of the Wodonga urban area, and overlooks the Aldonga urban area, as well as the Kiewa and Murray Rivers.

Eight club members, led by Cindy Marsh, completed this 14km medium walk in hot (high 20’s) conditions.

After positioning cars at Killara, the group had a steady climb to the top of Huon Hill, enjoying superb views along the way and for a full 360 degrees at the top.

The group then descended to the valley, taking the track that leads to where the Kiewa meets the Murray

This part of the walk was previously underwater not too long ago, so there was debris in the trees about two metres above the ground level in places.

We had lunch in the shade of trees at the confluence, and looked enviously as a group of Kayakers and canoeists went by on the Murray.

We then retraced our steps alongside the Kiewa River, returning to the parkland at the Killara Bridge over the Kiewa River.

Notes, and a map, of this walk are available at the Albury-Wodonga Parklands website, www.parklands-alburywodonga.org.au

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