Mount Sugarloaf : Saturday 21st January

With Leader Lesley Finedon out front, 16 walkers started this walk on Warner’s Track in the Woolshed Valley.

They covered about 12kms on a warm day, with a maximum of 30 degrees.

The group ambled off at 8.45am, and climbed continuously upwards; the track was quite eroded and washed out, making it very slippery in parts.

Lunch was enjoyed at the lookout of Mount Sugarloaf, enjoying stunning views over the Woolshed Valley towards Beechworth, and then on to Mount Buffalo in the distance.

Everyone enjoyed the adventure, and after making it successfully back to the cars they were welcomed once again by that amazing cup of tea, and freshly baked biscuits, provided by the incredible Pat!

Coming Events
Sunday, 5th February
In the Forest around Stanley
Marita, 0427 521 122

An easy 8.5km walk around Stanley, with an ascent and descent of only 90m. The walk meanders through the forest, mostly on gravel roads, and mostly in the shade. Should be perfect for a mid-summer walk

Wednesday, 8th February
Beechworth Waters Walk
Andy 0439 209 749

An easy amble along Silver Creek, around Lake Sambell and briefly down the Gorge before taking refreshments in the town! Approximately 7km; easy, mostly on bush tracks.

Friday, 17th to Sunday, 19th February
Mount St Bernard Lodge
Adrian, 03 5721 5327, and leave a message

Book in by Friday 10th February to ensure a place. A weekend in the High Country at Mount St Bernard Lodge.
For the early arrivals a short walk (to Mount Smythe) is available on Friday afternoon.
Saturday: to Cobungra Ditch with an about 12km one way walk (10.4km of level walking following a stone wall aqueduct) or an 18km loop option.
Sunday: either a 10km walk to The Twins or Mount Tabletop.
Shared meal Saturday night $TBA.
Contact Adrian for a fact sheet with further information re walks, accommodation and what to bring etc.
Accommodation is $56pp for two nights.

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