Tour de Europe – May/June 2019

Long term members, and leaders, of our club, Karen and Rod Davis are once again off in Europe, mainly riding, but also now walking some gorgeous trails.

In Rod’s words – “Cycling (along the upper Elbe River in Eastern Germany near the Czech border) today was idyllic. Sunshine on our backs, gentle breezes and we were kings and queens of the road at last. Thousands joined us.

Limestone cliffs narrowed so ship whistles echoed. Kayaks and canoes had men paddling and drinking beer. Little ferries linked the banks. People of all ages were in the sun.

Every little cafe, was crowded and beer, coffee and food was consumed. They love to eat and drink.”

It sounds tough, and probably would be classed as a hard trip!


Coming Events

Monday, 10th June – Queen’s Birthday

Salisbury Walk, Friends Track and Kwat Kwat lookout, Warby Range

Jeanette, 0417 546 974

A medium walk of approx 14km on bush tracks that are steep and rocky in places.

Salisbury Falls Gorge to the Friends Track and Kwat Kwat lookout, before returning to Salisbury Falls Gorge. Excellent views over the Ovens Valley, and Victorian Alps, from Kwat Kwat lookout.

Saturday, 22nd June

Mt Porepunkah

Bob, 5766 2773

Three options of easy, medium and hard walks along a dirt road ascending Mt Porepunkah, which is about 8kms north of Bright.

The easy option is approx 8km, including 1.5 hours of climbing, and 1 hour of descent.

The medium option is approx 15km, including 2.5 hours of steady climb, and about a 2 hour descent.

The Hard walk is approx 24km, including 3 hours of steady climb, and a 2.5 hour descent.

All walkers should reach the summit, for magnificent 360 degree panoramic views of the now snow covered peaks of Mt Buffalo, Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Mt Feathertop, Spion Kopje and Mt Bogong, with NSW snowfields in the distance.

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