Barrington Tops

Barrington Tops

Caption https://www.gaiagps.com/map/?loc=10.3/151.4152/-31.9109&pubLink=Uenp6AWQ9YMf2tQTGXQBsSkD&trackId=e61e3a7c-e4a1-4b13-a335-b5c28783781e

Kosciuszko High Plains

Kosciuszko High Plains

55km, 1500m ascent All pretty straight forward on paths or open plains with the exception of a small stretch following Goodradigbee River at the start. https://www.gaiagps.com/map/?loc=11.6/148.6130/-35.6605&pubLink=HXWoi2Pj0ZMrTfpS4tDKyP0H&trackId=a372ac56ffa4908aa80b0a68d34e564fe0f54dc4 Caption

Western Arthurs Traverse

Western Arthurs Traverse

Mud, Bad and Dangerous to Know [1] – The Western Arthurs Traverse The Western Arthurs are an ice-carved range of mountains in southwest Tasmania. Its jagged peaks and spectacular glacial lakes feature in some of the most famous photographs of the Tasmanian wilderness. First traversed…

Budawangs

Budawangs

Caption 30km, 1800m ascent https://www.gaiagps.com/map/?loc=12.7/150.1311/-35.2938&pubLink=kbrMKb2az4h2vKrcGB1opfME&trackId=fe619e42-a7f0-4f7c-864f-844089622f2d Yadboro River whilst slow was relatively easy work. Freeman Creek became too steep and had to divert after encountering a 2nd waterfall Whilst incredibly narrow after re-joining Freeman creek was still accessible but you needed to be quite agile to reach the path.

Kosciuszko

Kosciuszko

Guthega Power station -> Geehi Resevoir -> Sirens Song Tunnel -> Opera House Hut -> Lake Albina -> Blue lake -> Charlotte Pass Reserve https://www.gaiagps.com/map/?loc=11.0/148.2825/-36.3416&pubLink=504iRdFYGrmO3NcpwYApdzkk&trackId=d15d23209b21e39b8cd75a6bdc2d992e859617b2 61km with 3600m of ascent Sirens Song tunnel was only about mid thigh at its deepest Lady Northcotes had very different speeds for different people fastest was 1.2h per km and slowest 2.2 per km Caption

Mount Royal National Park

Mount Royal National Park

Quite a long report but I think you will find it interesting. This trip was originally planned for Coolah Tops but that park put on a local fire ban on the weekend intended for the walk, so that would mean no camp fire. So instead I decided to do Mount Royal National Park instead, as there was no park fire ban there, so a camp fire was allowed in their campfire sites (but not elsewhere). It also…