Takes you places
A selection of our upcoming Activity Program is below.
|Date/s||Activity Type||Name / Location||Grading|
|Sun 22nd Oct||Day Walk||Mt Hayfield - Ingalalla Falls - Monthly Sunday walk||M M M|
|Thu 26th Oct||Training Walk||Mt Lofty||S M M|
|Sat 28th Oct - Wed 8th Nov||Extended Walk||Alpine National Park - Dinner Plain||M M E|
|Wed 1st Nov||Meeting||7.30pm, North Adelaide Community Centre - Member talks: International walks 2017|
|Thu 2nd - Fri 24th Nov||Extended Walk||Australian Alps Walking Trail - Part 2||L H H Q|
|Wed 8th Nov||Wednesday Walk||Blackwood Reserves/Sturt Gorge area||M M E|
|Sat 18th - Sun 19th Nov||Day Walk||Deep Creek Conservation Park||M M E|
|Wed 22nd Nov||Wednesday Walk||Belair National Park||S E E|
|Wed 29th Nov||Wednesday Walk||Along Dry Creek||M E E|
|Wed 6th Dec||Meeting||Christmas Social & Photo Comp. North Adelaide Community Centre|
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For the ABW beholder, splendour might well hide in a sunset or beam from a face, be held in hand or stir in a heart, be borne by the light of a campfire or be seen on the hues of a vast mountain vista. Whatever one’s persuasion might be, I suspect that splendour is a state best shared. And perhaps July’s 2017 ‘Flinders Spectacular’ event would be the event to find this out?!
On the Thursday night, sixteen keen ABW trekkers ...
ABW is currently in the process of surveying the water resources of potential interest to bushwalkers in the northern Flinders Ranges (north of Parachilna-Blinman-Wirrealpa) with the hope that it will make it easier to plan multi-day walks in the region especially in years of average rainfall or lower. The area of interest is covered on all or part of twelve 1:50,000 topographic series maps. In addition to the areas very popular with bushwalkers, the survey also covers adjacent less popular ...
“Remote” for remote first aid purposes is defined as anything more than an hour from para medic attendance-and Adelaide Bushwalkers are often in this situation even on walks not far from Adelaide
We attended the “Remote First Aid” Course that was held at Morialta Conservation Park on the 17th 18th and 19th July 2017.
It was run by Survive First Aid which is a highly regarded provider of First Aid Education based in Victoria. We wondered if the time would drag but ...
On top of Mt. Kosciuszko, it was still, and there was only thin, high cloud in the sky, and for all six in my group, this day was an experience never to be forgotten. I was on the summit of our highest mountain in August 1987 with my companions from Adelaide Bushwalkers. We hadn’t walked up, but ascended on our cross-country skis as part of an eight-day ski touring trip from Kiandra, 70km to the North, and the day on ...