Category Archives: Bushwalking

Traverse of the Gods – well, almost

MOUNT BANKS, BLUE MOUNTAINS NP – 23 November 2019 With the Wounded Knee trip cancelled because of bushfires in the Colo area, Louise suggested that Mickey D and I do a day walk in an area that was far enough … Continue reading

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What else can go wrong? Plans A – G

WOLLEMI NATIONAL PARK – 26 – 30 October 2019 This was to be my epic Rambo Creek Expedition …  if nothing else, this trip proved the value in continually reassessing the situation, being flexible and on-the-spot quick thinking.  But sometimes … Continue reading

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Abercrombie – again?

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 16 – 20 September 2019 How many times can you visit Abercrombie Caves in one year?  Well when your speleo club decides to write a book on the area, and you’re a soft touch when the word … Continue reading

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Gang Gang Creek – unfinished business

SUNNYSIDE RIDGE – 25 August 2019 Day 3 of our Sunnyside Ridge Trifecta.  A couple of years ago John and I (and others) had explored Gang Gang creek and its uninspiring canyon.  But, we did come across a major side … Continue reading

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Sunnyside’s secrets – Wolgan Falls

SUNNYSIDE RIDGE, NEWNES – 23 August 2019 Most people that I’ve walked with know that I “don’t get out of bed for a day walk”, but three day walks on Sunnyside Ridge with the legendary John G, who could pass … Continue reading

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