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What may come as a surprise to some is that I’ve only been in this hiking caper for about four years now. And the beginnings of this ‘journey’ came about as I took a 12-month break from another love of mine – football. While four years isn’t a particularly long time in the grand scheme of...Read More
If you are looking for a shorter alternative to the Olinda Falls and Valley Circuit, then this is the hike for you. Now, you can start this hike from a number of locations, but we decided to start it from the Valley Picnic Ground. Heading down Georges Track (located to the right when you arrive...Read More
On a weekend where all sorts of weather was expected, The Hiking Society MeetUp group ventured out for its first camping trip to Lake Tali Karng. The trip itself lasted three days with the first day made up of an 8.5 km hike from McFarlane’s Saddle to Nyimba campsite; a campsite that can only be accessed...Read More
Despite the fact that Warburton is one of my favourite hiking places in Victoria, the Ada Tree Walk has eluded me for some time. But, after this weekend, this Grade 2 walk eludes me no longer. I had the pleasure of leading the MeetUp group’s first parents and kids hike for 2018 along this 3.5km...Read More
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for which I received a Stanley product to review. Despite my love for coffee and the occasional cup of tea, I’ve never been a huge fan of taking a thermos, or anything similar, with me whilst hiking or camping. However, I think my thinking has changed somewhat after being sent...Read More