Category Archives: Walks

Cup Day, 2017

This year’s Cup Day walk, of about 10km around Lake Moodemere at Wahgunyah, was attended by 18 members. We had a fine and sunny day with a light breeze, and morning tea was held beside the lake, admiring the water skiing. We continued on the track to reach the Murray River, and walked alongside it,…

Granite Spur/Eskdale Spur Track to Mt Bogong

Granite Spur/Eskdale Spur Track to Mt Bogong Date – 4.11.2017 Leader – Bob Shaw No. of walkers – 8 (Considering it was a long weekend and the Wang Jazz festival the numbers seemed good) a. DRIVING to THE START OF THE WALK -We met at Wangaratta at 7.00am and drove via Happy Valley to Tawonga…

Update on Mt Beauty Weekend; Saturday, November 25 and Sunday, November 26

Update on Mt Beauty Weekend of walks for Saturday November 25 and Sunday November 26 The weekend of walks has been expanded due to popular demand. Saturday November 25th. Clover Dam Tramway and Aqueduct – Detailed maps will be provided. An Easy Medium walk of 9 km in length along an aqueduct and tramway. During…

Friends Track-Alpine Views Track, Warby Ranges : October 22

Eight happy walkers set out from Wenhams Camp for this nice, moderate rated, adventure of about 12km. The weather was sunny, with some increasing cloud cover, the max temp being about 20C. We walked north from Wenhams picnic area, where we took a mountain bike track off to the west, to meet up with Friends…

Pangerang Lookout, Warby Ovens NP. October 13

On an absolutely delightful weather day, eight club members ambled along the easy track through masses of flowering Everlastings, Nodding Blue Lillies, Tall Bluebells and Spur Wing Wattle. The view from the lookout looking west was outstanding, with those spring green and yellow (Canola) fields stretching to the horizon. The amazing old rock splitting Hill…

Whorouly Ramble : October 7

A fine Spring day was enjoyed by 14 walkers, with Erin’s Walk of Surprises at Whorouly South; a pleasing venue in rural surrounds with creeks, billabongs, and bush areas, set amongst dairy farms and vineyards. The walk was about 13km on mostly gravel roads, with gentle hills, and great views to Mt Buffalo, Mt Stanley…