Be out there!
Walks Calendar for Spring 2018
The National Parks Association of NSW runs the largest activities program in the state, with over 1,000 bushwalks led by an extraordinary team of knowledgeable and skilled volunteer leaders every year.
At the Lachlan Valley Branch, a Spring program of walks has been developed to cater for the average fitness level, with two additional walks for the intrepid bush walker.
Moorillah Creek and property boundary – Sunday 26 August. Meet at Moorillah homestead at 9:30am. This is a 3km walk graded as Medium. Leader will be Peter Cannon. Contact 6866 1225.
All walks are subject to there being no adverse Rural Fire Service fire warnings at the time and no closure of the relevant State Forest due to hunting permits etc.
Walkers are reminded to bring along enough food and water for the entire day as well as suitable clothing, footwear, hat and sunscreen. A pair of good binoculars and a fold up chair is recommended.
Please contact the listed walk leader the night before the walk if you intend to take part. A $2 donation for each walker is appreciated.
Conimbla National Park – Saturday 8 September. Meet at Gooloogong Rest Area at 9am. There will be two concurrent walks on offer. The Ironbark Track is a 4km walk graded as Medium, with Merran Cannon leading. The Ironbark Track to Cherry Creek and return via the firetrail is a 9km walk graded as Hard, with Graeme and Liz MacRaild leading. Contact 0455 915 989.
Black Ridge – Wednesday 19 September. Meet at Bushman’s Dam at 9am. This is a 5km walk graded as Medium. Leader will be Merran Cannon. Contact 6866 1225.
Weddin National Park – Sunday 7 October. Meet at Forbes Railway Station at 9am. The Peregrine’s Track to Trig walk is 7km and graded Hard. Leader will be Peter Cannon. Contact 6866 1225.
Goobang Creek – Wednesday 24 October. Meet at the Parkes Lions Park at 9am. This is a 6km walk graded as Medium. Leader to be confirmed.
Easy – Range between 5 to 10 kilometres. Mostly flat to slightly undulating topography. Walks are mostly on tracks or fire trails and of moderate distance. Suitable for those with a minimum level of fitness.
Medium – Range between 5 to 8 kilometres. May be over moderate hills or rough terrain. May involves some off-track walking. Walk may involve shorter distance overall due to rougher conditions. Suitable for an average fitness level.
Hard – Range 5 or more kilometres. Walk may involve hilly or mountainous terrain, rough tracks, a trackless route or an extended distance. Walk suitable for above average fitness level.
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