Grass-Tree Loop, and part of Friends Track-Alpine Views Track : October 2

There were 16 of us on this walk (in two pods), and starting out from Wenhams Camp, the distance planned for this walk was about eight kilometres. This was the soft option for those who wanted to walk today, but didn’t want to tackle the two day “Warby Range : North to South” event.

We had a sunny day, with some increasing cloud cover; the max temp being about 20C, and our route took us north from Wenhams picnic area, then the narrow pathway that leads to Booth Road.

After a quick dog-leg, we continued the single file track (on the other side of Booth Road) eventually looping back to the track between Wenhams and Mount Warby.

Scenery was excellent in this section, with several rocky outcrops, and lots of grass-trees.

Meeting up with Booth Road, once more, we turned right towards Mount Warby, and then north to pick up a section of Friends Track.

Lunch was enjoyed at Kwat Kwat Lookout, and we then drifted back to Wenhams for afternoon tea.

Overall, a very enjoyable walk; the wildflowers, and flowering shrubs, had put on a great show for us, and towards the end of the walk we came across a goanna scrambling up a tree.

Many Thanks to Yve for sorting out the paperwork for four new members, and to Cecily for leading the second pod (we split in to two pods, so as to stay within the guidelines of the covid-19 restrictions).

Chris M

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