Ignoring the 60% chance of rain that had been forecast and braving extreme traffic, six of us set off from Waterfall Gully at about 6:15pm and made the summit in what seemed like no time at all.
The first trial for this trip failed due to constant rains, there were about 13 people interested and for the second trial just three of us were still interested.
Route: Beacon 19 via Murray Mouth to Godfrey’s Landing and return
Participants: Jane, Larisa and Paul Time taken: shortest ever in my experience, about 5 hours
The first walk for the year saw a large group of members turn up for a walk at Morialta. After carpooling from uni, we set off to walk some of the Third Falls Hike, the Pylon Track and Centre Track. The walk took us past waterfalls and gave us views of the Adelaide Plains and […]
Nathan, Anne, Nina, Justin, Tatjana and Lorien headed off for a day at Belair. After weeks of gloomy rain-laden weather it was nice to finally have a pleasant day with patches of blue. The group made good ground and were enjoying the stretch, so we extended the hike to 17 km up from the planned […]