"Takes you places"
A selection of our upcoming Activity Program is below.
|Date/s||Activity Type||Name / Location||Grading|
|Sat 20th - Sun 21st Jul||Multi-day Walk||Dutchmans's Stern||M M M|
|Sat 27th - Sun 28th Jul||Multi-day Walk||Wirrabara Greenways and The Range||M M E Q|
|Sat 3rd - Sat 10th Aug||Conservation Project||Gum Creek Station, Flinders Ranges||M E M|
|Fri 9th - Sun 11th Aug||Multi-day Walk||Gluepot||M E E Q|
|Sat 17th - Sun 18th Aug||Multi-day Walk||Palmer||S M E|
|Sat 31st Aug - Sun 1st Sep||Multi-day Walk||Telowie Gorge Conservation Park||M M M|
|Wed 4th Sep||Meeting||7.30pm, North Adelaide Community Centre|
|Sat 7th - Sun 8th Sep||Multi-day Walk||The Coorong - Nukan Kungun Hike||M E E Q|
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In late March this year Trevor Jones and Bruce Hood undertook a 13 day walk and paddle in an attempt to get to Vanishing Falls, in the SW National Park in Tasmania.
At Vanishing Falls, the Salisbury River flows over a dolerite plateau underlain by limestone. The river flows over the edge of the dolerite sill, a 70m drop, and drains straight into a cave system in the limestone. The above-ground channel downstream of the plunge pool flows only during floods.
Having become a regular hiker over the last few years, I felt the need to stretch myself a little further and try out some solo hiking. I have had the urge to go back to Tasmania after several trips had always left me feeling the desire to experience more of this beautiful part of the world. So when I had the opportunity to tackle the Three Capes Track in Tasmania alone – I jumped on it.
The trail is a 4 ...
Just as Charles Ryder “revisits” Brideshead castle in Evelyn Waugh’s famous novel, we were revisiting the Glenelg River, some 30 years after our initial sojourn. Ryder develops a close relationship with Brideshead, as we also had with multiple visits to the Glenelg River over the years. Our initial courtship started on a full moonlit night at Easter, and we had a midnight paddle on the limpid waters at Moleside camp that time.
Initially a group of 4 ...
The Australian Alps Walking Trail (AAWT) begins in Walhalla, Victoria and traverses the high peaks and plateaus of the Australian Alps to finish at Tharwa near Canberra covering a distance of about around 700kms. The trail passes through five remote wilderness areas with some parts undefined or overgrown and poorly marked so good navigation skills and equipment are essential.
There are no general stores or accommodation along the way apart from Mt Hotham and Thredbo Alpine resorts and there may be ...