Date(s) - 14 Feb 2020 until 16 Feb 2020
- Grade 4 Medium-Hard
- Leader: Deb
- Phone: 0410047884 before 8pm
- Participant numbers: Up to 10
- Final booking date: Friday 7th February 2020
Save this weekend and come and explore The Cathedral Range, which is a spectacular seven kilometre ridge of sharply upturned sedimentary rock, near Taggerty, Victoria.
We will be leaving from Albury/Wodonga Friday mid morning (but if you want to make your own way there later in the day or on Saturday morning that is fine, as long as you arrive in time for our walk) and basing ourselves, for 2 nights, at Cooks Mill Campgrounds. Cooks Mill has sites suitable for tents, campervans and a small number of caravans. Pit toilets, fireplaces, picnic tables and shelters are available. Firewood collection is prohibited and no drinking water is available, so please bring your own. No bins are provided. Please take all rubbish home with you for recycling or disposal. Camping fees apply and prebooking is required.
On Saturday we will be doing the Cathedral Range Southern Loop a challenging 11km. Rather than me tell you about it here are a couple of links for you to read with some amazing photos.
Then on Sunday we will pack up after brekky and drive to Neds Gully Campground carpark (which is on our way out of the park). This is where the Little Cathedral Peak walk (approx. 8km) starts and finishes. This walk offers spectacular views from the ridge and the lookout at Little Cathedral Peak.
As this is an area that the club does not visit regularly, if people want to come and camp and explore the area but not walk that would be fine.
Please note the early book by date as I need to pre book campsites.