Monthly Archives: July 2018

Action the Adventure: Women’s Adventure Weekend

We had an approach from Kate Gilson of The Natural Space to Be to promote her Action the Adventure event over the weekend of 8th and 9th September, as a prelude to the screening of the Womens’ Adventure Film Tour at 7pm on Monday, 10th September. What is ‘Action the Adventure: Women’s Adventure Weekend’? It’s…

Everton Upper to Baarmutha. Friday, 20th July

Ten walkers braved a chilly day last Friday to walk 12kms along the Everton to Beechworth rail trail, returning along bush fringed dirt roads. The walk commenced near an old molybdenite mine which yielded 21,000 tonnes of ore, essential for the defence industry during both world wars (it’s used for armour plating). Several eastern grey…

Whorouly Ridgetop. Saturday, 14th July

In quite cold but windless and sunny conditions, Adrian led 23 humans, and one very well – behaved dog (Ted), along farm tracks for about 9kms, just south of the Snow Road and west of Whorouly. This led us to climb up onto the same ridge which was ascended by Hume and Hovell in November…

Appalachian Trail

Our amazing Adele Ritchie (from Moyhu), is off on another epic adventure having conquered the Alpine Walking Track (“only” 655km) and the Hume and Hovell track (426km) over the last few years, accompanied by local club bushwalkers. Today she has completed 100 days on the famed Appalachian Trail in eastern USA by herself, and is…

Monthly Archives: July 2018

Action the Adventure: Women’s Adventure Weekend

We had an approach from Kate Gilson of The Natural Space to Be to promote her Action the Adventure event over the weekend of 8th and 9th September, as a prelude to the screening of the Womens’ Adventure Film Tour at 7pm on Monday, 10th September. What is ‘Action the Adventure: Women’s Adventure Weekend’? It’s…

Everton Upper to Baarmutha. Friday, 20th July

Ten walkers braved a chilly day last Friday to walk 12kms along the Everton to Beechworth rail trail, returning along bush fringed dirt roads. The walk commenced near an old molybdenite mine which yielded 21,000 tonnes of ore, essential for the defence industry during both world wars (it’s used for armour plating). Several eastern grey…

Whorouly Ridgetop. Saturday, 14th July

In quite cold but windless and sunny conditions, Adrian led 23 humans, and one very well – behaved dog (Ted), along farm tracks for about 9kms, just south of the Snow Road and west of Whorouly. This led us to climb up onto the same ridge which was ascended by Hume and Hovell in November…

Appalachian Trail

Our amazing Adele Ritchie (from Moyhu), is off on another epic adventure having conquered the Alpine Walking Track (“only” 655km) and the Hume and Hovell track (426km) over the last few years, accompanied by local club bushwalkers. Today she has completed 100 days on the famed Appalachian Trail in eastern USA by herself, and is…