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 country, and is classed as a Grade 4 walk.

The leader is Deb Kahn (Border Bushwalking Club, phone: 0410 047 884 before 8pm) or Ian Slater: 03 5725 1675.

The start/finish will be on the McFarland Saddle/ Moroka Road (out of Licola), and we will drive up/meet at the starting point on Friday, February 24.

Tali Karng is the only substantial natural lake in the Victorian High Country, formed over 1,500years ago when a landslide from the slopes of the Sentinels dammed the valley.

On Day 1 (Saturday, 25th February) covering about 14kms of this 3 day/2 night walk, we will take the Wellington Plains Track, and pass through Wellington Plains, an area of broad grassy moors, summit Mount Wellington and walk past Spion Kopje to our campsite at Nymba Gap.

After visiting the Lake on Day 2 (Sunday, 26th February) covering about12.5kms, we will return to our camp for the night.

On Day 3 (Monday, 27th February) there is about 10.5km on the Spion Kopje Track, rejoining the Wellington Plains Track, and from there back to the cars.

More details are on the Border Bushwalking Club website – see our website (Useful Links) for easy access.

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