Monthly Archives: January 2017

Wagirra Trail, Albury – January 22

Once more, this was our first ‘interstate’ walk of the year, and like last years event we had Albury’s heat to contend with. Wagirra Trail follows the Murray River, downstream from Norieul Park to Horseshoe Lagoon, providing an excellent riverside venue, with a connection path that links Wagirra with the Wonga Wetlands. After an early…

Nevins Bend, Murray River Walk, January 14

A delightfully cool day, following the previous day’s rain, meant ideal condition for the 25 participants for this walk along the banks of the River Murray. Our convoy of cars, snaking its way through the forest tracks, to Duffy’s Beach for the commencement of the walk, must have been a real surprise for summer campers…

Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing Master Plan

The Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing has a new (that is, proposed) master plan that will determine the best route for the Alpine Crossing, and the supporting infrastructure needed to create a world-class walk. Have your say on this Draft Master Plan, which is now available for comment by members of the public. The draft…

Lake Tali Karng via Wellington Plains Track, now postponed

This walk was first advertised on January 4 – since that time the walk leader (Deb Kahn) has suffered a lower leg injury, and the walk is now postponed to a later date. Here is the original blurb . . . This is an overnight camping walk (37kms/3 days) in the heart of Gippslands’s mountain…

Mitta Mitta, December 31, 2016 and January 1, 2017

This interesting outing was made up of a series of walks around Mitta Mitta township, and these were completed on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, attended by a group of around 30 (including non bushwalking partners/spouses). Walks included an exploratory walk of about 10km to Tom’s Hut on dirt roads and tracks, with…

Spring Creek, Lake Kerferd and Red Hill. Sunday, December 18.

The was a good summer walk, and 20 club members, plus our regular canine friend Ted, walked the 12kms in lovely conditions. The route was predominantly on an unsealed vehicle access track, with a section of foot track. This was alongside Silver Creek, passing old mine shafts as we walked through mixed forest, with introduced…