Date(s) - 7 Jul 2019
- Grade 3 Medium
- Leader: Deb
- Phone: 0410047884 before 8pm
- Participant numbers:Up to 10
- Final booking date: Wednesday 3rd July
The Victorian Government created Warby‐Ovens National Park, in June 2010 to protect and enhance the remaining River Red Gum forests in Victoria. The park is an important location for the survival of species such as the Squirrel Glider, Feathertail Glider, Powerful Owl, Turquoise Parrot, Carpet Python and Lace Monitor.
The walking tracks that we will access to get to Mt Warby summit include; Salisbury Falls Tk and Friends Tk. We will return (hopefully thats the plan) via Alpine Views Tk, make a short detour to Kwat Kwat Lookout for excellent views of the Ovens Valley and the Victorian Alps and then join back up with Salisbury Falls Track. All up nothing too extreme, a nice easy/medium grade walk of about 14kms.