Sunrise at Sunrise, Warby Range – February 4

The network of routes that form the Sunrise Track are perennial favourites of walkers, with great views of the Ovens-King floodplain, as well as varied, and interesting walking.

Sunrise is located on the eastern side of the Warby Ranges (hence the name), and this adventure/social event featured an early start (so as to enjoy the sunrise @ sunrise) as well as breakfast at nearby Hamilton Park.

So, 27 club members (with three “newies”) started early and walked the main Sunrise track on the east side of the Warby Range.

However, six of those walkers challenged themselves slightly more, with a hard version of the usual five kilometre journey.

Back at the Hamilton Park community facility, the ever selfless Bob and Paul were preparing a scrumptious breakfast/brunch for the walkers, with the now famous Shaw patented “toad in the hole egg” or “egg in the basket” in pride of place at the table.


Coming events:

Sunday, March 5: Escarpment walk, Yackandandah. A medium walk of about 10km along mostly 4WD roads, bush tracks, and some hills.

Contact Jeanette on 0417 546 974.

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