Woolshed Valley : May 13

Lesley’s walk on Saturday, on a perfect sunny Autumn day, was to Native Dog Peak, with its rocky outcrops and views overlooking the Woolshed Valley.

This is an area closely associated with Ned Kelly and his bushrangers, and is renowned for its excellent rocky scenery.

Twelve participants walked around 12 kilometres on a mostly undulating track of gravel roads, some parts of which were quite badly washed out, and then a short off track section to reach Native Dog Peak, where we had lunch overlooking the Woolshed Valley.

Álong the walk we had views to Mount Buffalo, Mount Baranduda, The Warby Ranges and the autumn colours at Beechworth.


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