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This past long weekend, a group from The Hiking Society MeetUp took off to Halls Gap and hiked the Pinnacle Circuit and the Boronia Peak trail. In what can only be described as perfect hiking conditions, this 9.4km circuit (according to WikiLoc) was absolutely amazing. It had everything from gravel paths, rocky terrain, amazing lookouts,...Read More
The first section of the Walk Into History trail in Warburton, Victoria, the return track from Big Pats Creek to Starlings Gap is your typical bushland area. An 18km round trek, the trail is a gentle incline from campground to campground. If you’ve ever been out that way before for a look around, you’ll know...Read More
If you have ever wondered where the best place in Victoria to go for a day hike is, you can’t go past the Cathedral Ranges. More specifically, the Cathedral Ranges Southern Circuit is a must-do for any hiking enthusiast. Located in Taggerty, some 120 kilometres from Melbourne, the Cathedral Ranges is home to some of...Read More
If there’s one thing that is a constant with the outdoors, it’s that it’s constantly surprising me. And this was certainly the case with the Mount Beauty Gorge Walk in the Victorian Alpine National Park. I’m definitely one of those people who will enjoy the hike regardless of the kilometres awaiting me. However, this 5.9km...Read More
This is a sponsored post for which I received an ArmaSkin product to review. I was pretty chuffed to be contacted by the good folks at ArmaSkin during the week and asked to review their anti-blister socks. So, given I was hiking the Mt Macedon trail today, I thought there was no better time to field...Read More