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Walks and Activities

The listing below shows all club activities. Contact details for each activity are available to paid-up members after logging into the member area.

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VOL
WalkID: 2946
1 Jun (Fri) 2018: EUROKA CLEARING (M) Bushcare with National Parks at Glenbrook. Weeding at Euroka Clearing in Glenbrook section of the National Park Limit: 14. Map: Penrith.
SNW
WalkID: 3078
2 Jun (Sat) 2018: GRAND CANYON (M) Owing to forecast high winds Lockleys Pylon walk moved to Grand Canyon walk at Blackheath. Leisurely walk on iconic Blue Mountains. Track clearly marked and recently upgraded. Aprox 6 kms. Limit: 8. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3012
2 Jun (Sat) 2018: SCORPION HILL (M-Exp, Scrub, minor scrambli) Leave cars at and a short car shuffle from Murphys Glenn, cross Bedford Creek and replenish visitor book at Scorpion Hill, follow ridges and small range to Bedford Creek big pool and then return via Bedford Creek fire trail. Two river crossings, scrub and possible cliffs. 10km with two 200m ascents Limit: 8. Map: Jamison.
WalkID: 3034
2 Jun (Sat) 2018: WINDSOR TO WISEMANS FERRY (H, kayak) *POSTPONED DUE TO HIGH WINDS* Second leg of a series of paddles over the coming months, Cattai to Sackville and return 25km mostly with the tide. Please bring morning tea, lunch and P.F.D. Limit: 8. Map: Lower Portland, Gunderman.
WalkID: 2960
4 Jun (Mon) 2018: SPRINGWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ( ) Carol Isaacs will present “Value added bushwalking”, a presentation on adventure conservation. David Churches will also present the 51+ Parks competition achievements and awards. Limit: 70. Map: Springwood.
WalkID: 2984
8-11 Jun (Fri-Mon) 2018: MT AIRLY VIA CAPERTEE (E-M-Exp) Car camp at Mt Airly. Day walks from camp with various leaders and grades. Camp in Mugii Murrumban SCA in a grassy area below pagodas on Mts Airly and Genowlan. Bring everything but pit toilets provided. Camp ovens and good fires in the evenings. Limit: 25. Map: Glen Alice.
WalkID: 3056
9 Jun (Sat) 2018: LAWSON (E) Empire Pass Walk. This is a guided bushwalk with Ken. It includes deep shaded rainforest, gorge-book ended by stunning waterfalls. This walk is a morning walk and is combined with Mid Mountains Neighbourhood Centre. Limit: 21. Map: Katoomba.
SNW
WalkID: 3079
9 Jun (Sat) 2018: LOCKLEYS PYLON AND DU FAURS BUTTRESS (E-M) A leisurely paced walk on tracks to one of the best lookouts in the Mountains. About 8km with one short 80 metre descent & ascent. The plateau is severely exposed in windy weather so there is a need to be prepared for that possibility. Limit: 10. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3043
9 Jun (Sat) 2018: NEPEAN RIVER PENRITH (E, kayak) A leisurely paddle up the Nepean river to Euroka and return 12km. Please bring morning tea and lunch. Limit: 8. Map: Penrith.
WalkID: 3011
10 Jun (Sun) 2018: EXPLORING WILDERNESS SOUTH OF SOUTH SPRINGWOOD (M-H-Exp, Scrub,Cliffs) CANCELLED temporarily Leader recovering from a cold. Resurrected from previously cancelled. Sassafras Gully, Kangaroo Saddle, 500m west along Sassafrass Ridge firetrail then descend via the south flowing creek to Glenbrook Creek. Immediately replenish the visitor book at ‘Club Med’ of the north running opposite tributary. Ascend the creek and climb the north facing middle spur, then make our way to spot height 384 then descend back to Glenbrook Creek. Return via Victory and Wiggins tracks. 9km and three 200m ascents ditto descents. Big local exploratory. Limit: 8. Map: Springwood.
SNW
WalkID: 3073
11 Jun (Mon) 2018: LINDEN RIDGE EXPLORATORY CONTINUATION (M-H-Exp, scrub cliffs?) A big long weekend holiday bush excursion. Descend the Jennings track to Linden Creek and make our way down stream to the first western tributary and thence navigate upstream to the four way creek junction. See the huge tree stump and the occupation shelter, the waterfall and the micro canyon. Continue further upstream following the tributary which flows from the north. This is an amazing area - well worth the visit - includes a natural tunnel and incredible sandstone formations. Once we gain Linden Ridge we may chose to circumnavigate the lower edge of the rock outcrop complex centred around spot height 538, searching for cave art. Return by making our way back along the Linden Ridge and the Jennings track. Approx 15km with approx half off track and two 150m climbs. Limit: 8. Map: Springwood.
XSNW
WalkID: 3085
14 Jun (Thu) 2018: AGNES BANKS (M) Ride to Agnes Banks, first ride to White Water Centre for coffee. Then continue along to Cranebrook Road. From there cycle back roads, parallel to Castlereagh Road, to the northern end of Richards Road at Agnes Banks and return 25km loop, round trip flat, bitumen roads. Bring lunch to stop on the way, coffee again back at Nutrition Centre Lambridge Place off Andrews Road. Then return to Glenbrook. 50km road bikes. Limit: 10. Map: Springwood.
WalkID: 3044
16 Jun (Sat) 2018: BEROWRA WATERS (M-H, kayak) POSTPONED DUE TO HIGH WINDS Paddle out to Crosslands Reserve and beyond, with the tide both ways approx. 20km. Please bring morning tea and lunch. Limit: 8. Map: UBD.
WalkID: 2990
16 Jun (Sat) 2018: BRUCES WALK (M) Lawson to Blackheath; this walk was constructed by NSW's railways at a time when railways were interested in getting people to use their transport to go walking. The walk goes through some delightful glens, with some of the original railings and furniture in place. Long forgotten, Jim Smith revived interest in this walk in the 1980's, so come along and enjoy some of your history. Some ups and downs! Limit: 12. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3075
16 Jun (Sat) 2018: INDUCTION TALK AND WALK (E-M) Spend about 90 minutes after lunch learning about how to get the most benefit from Springwood Bushwalking Club and safe bushwalking. We will have a short tea break and then do a 5km bushwalk. It involves descending 200m into Sassafrass Gully and then walking the rainforest path along Sassafrass Creek and later ascending the steep in sections Wiggins track. Will include a short semi-tracked section to visit Stratton's Ampitheatre and the mystery stone cross. All members are welcome to come along for the walk and/or the talk. Limit: 8. Map: Springwood.
WalkID: 2999
17 Jun (Sun) 2018: KEDUMBA PASS TO LEURA CASCADES (M/H) Walk from Kings Tableland to Leura via Kedumba Pass and the Jamison Valley. Approx. 700m descent/ascent on fire trails and well formed tracks. Impressive forests and outstanding views of Mount Solitary and the Three Sisters. Car shuffle involved. This is a training walk for those coming to Nepal in November, but others are welcome to come. Limit: 12. Map: Katoomba.
SNW
WalkID: 3086
21 Jun (Thu) 2018: TOONGABBIE DISTRICT (M) BIKE RIDE- LOOP No. 9 - Kings Langley, Rouse Hill, Kellyville A 5 hr circuit following bike paths suitable for road bikes. Morning Tea will be by a small lake (please bring your own as there is no Cafe) and Lunch will be at Norwest Lakes (restaurant meal). Limit: 15. Map: Penrith.
WalkID: 3045
23 Jun (Sat) 2018: LANE COVE TO FIGTREE BRIDGE (E, kayak) A leisurely paddle from the Lane Cove National Park with the tide to Figtree Bridge and return. Please bring morning tea and lunch. Limit: 8. Map: UBD.
SNW
WalkID: 3088
23 Jun (Sat) 2018: NAVIGATION PRACTICE 1 (E-M, off track, scrub) Want to learn more about navigation? Bring a compass (map supplied) and learn how to navigate without a GPS (but we'll have one, just to check how good we are). We'll start on the Blue Gum Swamp area - and won't cover more than a couple of km. You should be back just after lunchtime (unless we get lost of course!). Limit: 8. Map: Springwood.
SNW
WalkID: 3072
23 Jun (Sat) 2018: NAVSHIELD - ONE DAY EVENT (E-M-H-Exp, self paced) This is the more sensible Navshield event - one day. You still need to be there Friday night, but this will finish 7:30 Saturday. You don't have to win, but you will learn to navigate. All have the same chance to practice navigation (or learn new skills). We have a team of 2, join us. For more info, register and pay online at https://www.bsar.org.au/navshield/ Limit: 20. Map: unknown.
WalkID: 2989
23 Jun (Sat) 2018: SUNNYSIDE POINT AND WOLGAN PINNACLE (M) Gardens of Stone at its best! Views and stone pagodas all day. A 10klms. walk which will take you into another world. No tracks, but little scrub and great views into Wolgan Valley. Limit: 12. Map: Cullen Bullen.
WalkID: 3076
23-24 Jun (Sat - Sun) 2018: NAVSHIELD (VH) We've entered the two-day bushwalkers event, with a team of four ancient navigators including another keen rogainer from the Coast and Mountain Walkers. This will be the 30th NavShield. The organisers, the Bush Search and Rescue mob, have recently divorced themselves completely from the bushwalking club community which gave birth to them by becoming a group within the SES. Now there's a rumour going around that this NavShield may be the last which bushwalkers can enter! Limit: 3. Map: Unknown.
WalkID: 3089
24 Jun (Sun) 2018: FAULCONBRIDGE (E-M) A leisurely Sunday morning walk between Faulconbridge and Springwood on the popular, well established Victory Track. About 6 kms with one or two steep spots. Limit: 8. Map: Springwood.
WalkID: 3087
24 Jun (Sun) 2018: FAULCONBRIDGE HALF DAY ADVENTURE EXPLORE (M-Exp) Peggy's pool down stream through the magnificent mini blue gum forest, up to Grose Road then down the unexplored gully to Paul's Pool. Back to Adeline avenue via known track Short car shuffle. 5km with two 150m ascents Limit: 8. Map: SPRINGWOOD .
WalkID: 2985
30 Jun (Sat) 2018: ROCK ISLAND (M) Out near the Glow Worm Tunnel, this is a pagoda wonderland, with tall forest, bare rock towers, narrow clefts and more. No tracks and no huge hills. Limit: 12. Map: Mount Morgan.
WalkID: 3046
30 Jun (Sat) 2018: WINDSOR TO WISEMANS FERRY (H-VH, kayak) Fourth leg of a series of paddles over the coming months, starting at Lower Portland to best utilise the tides, 20 to 28 km depending on conditions. Please bring morning tea and lunch Limit: 8. Map: Lower Portland and Gunderman.
MEETING
WalkID: 2972
2 Jul (Mon) 2018: SPRINGWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (-) July General Meeting. Brian Fox will do a presentation based on his book, "Blue Mountains Geographical Encyclopaedia". Limit: 70. Map: .
VOL
WalkID: 3013
6 Jul (Fri) 2018: GLENBROOK (M) Weeding with Friends of Glenbrook at the National park at Glenbrook. This is a combined SBC and NPWS activity Limit: 15. Map: Penrith .
WalkID: 3058
7 Jul (Sat) 2018: CONSTANCE GORGE (M) This walk was closed last time, so here's hoping! Along the Tiger Snake canyon track to Deanes Creek, where we enter the Gorge. Dark rainforest and a place of wonder, with time to explore. Some steep bits and some off-track. Limit: 12. Map: Mount Morgan.
WalkID: 3048
7 Jul (Sat) 2018: GROSS RIVER YARRAMUNDI (E-M, kayak) A leisurely paddle up the Gross river and return from Yarramundi, some shallow rapids and fast flowing water. Please bring morning tea and lunch. Limit: 8. Map: UBD.
WalkID: 3060
10 Jul (Tue) 2018: SHORT WALKS AT MT. WILSON (E-M) Waterfall Walk and Happy Valley are 2 of the delightful short walks in this area. Bring a camera, as fungiis and ferns abound. We'll stop at a café for morning tea, but bring lunch. Limit: 12. Map: MT. WILSON.
WalkID: 3059
14 Jul (Sat) 2018: THE CLIFFS S. OF MT. VICTORIA (M-Exp) If you've crossed the mountains by train, no doubt you've gazed at this area and wondered! Come along and find out; rainforest gullies, cliff-top views, pagodas, caves and lots more. Not a long walk, just adventurous. Off-track! Limit: 12. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3063
17 Jul (Tue) 2018: BURRA KORAIN RIDGE- VIC. FALLS (M-H-Exp) Walk down Burra Korain Ridge, check out the head, then down a gully to Victoria Creek in the vicinity of Silver Cascades, then up the Victoria Falls Track. Mostly off-track; car shuffle needed! Limit: 8. Map: MT. WILSON.
WalkID: 3055
21 Jul (Sat) 2018: THE SPHINX TRACK (M) The Sphinx Track leads to Warrimoo Track, then on to Cowan Creek and Bobbin Head. We'll return to Wahroonga, via the Gibberagong Track. Tidal Creeks, rainforest and some coastal scenes; approx. 11klms. Limit: 12. Map: Sydney.
WalkID: 3057
28 Jul (Sat) 2018: PEAKS AND PAGODAS S. OF GARDENERS GAP (M-H-Exp) We'll try and reach the monolith of Gardeners Gap as well as explore the pagodas nearby. Off-track; bring a sense of adventure; approx. 8klms. Limit: 12. Map: Lithgow.
WalkID: 3047
28 Jul (Sat) 2018: WINDSOR TO WISEMANS FERRY (H, kayak) Third leg of a series of paddles over the coming months, starting at Sackville to best utilise the tides 22 km return. Please bring morning tea and lunch. Limit: 8. Map: Lower Portland and Gunderman.
VOL
WalkID: 3014
3 Aug (Fri) 2018: GLENBROOK (M) this a combined SBC and NPWS activity weeding in the National Park Glenbrook section Limit: 15. Map: Penrith.
WalkID: 3082
4 Aug (Sat) 2018: LEURA / KATOOMBA (E) Induction Talk & Walk. The compulsory induction talk for prospective members, followed by a pleasant walk on some of the lesser known tracks between Leura Cascades and the Three Sisters. Full members welcome to join the walk. 8-10km. (Greg Chapman will be away, so I am running this Induction Course) Limit: 12. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3050
4-5 Aug (Sat - Sun) 2018: HAWKSEBERRY RIVER WISMANS FERRY (H, kayak) Kayaking from Lower Portland to Wisemans Ferry and return 40 km, staying over night at Wisemans Ferry and returning with the tide. Limit: 8. Map: Lower Portland & St Albans.
WalkID: 3016
6 Aug (Mon) 2018: SPRINGWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ( ) August General Meeting. Rae Gooch will present the club's recent walks on Norfolk Island and at Charlotte Pass. Limit: 60. Map: .
WalkID: 3061
11 Aug (Sat) 2018: ENGINEERS TRACK TO IKARA HEAD (M-H) Down the historic track from Mt. Vic., then along the valley 'til we're under Ikara Head; then steeply up to walk under the cliffs to Girraween Cave. A pass then takes us up to Ikara Head and home. Car shuffle needed! 250metre ascent; 12klms. walk. Limit: 10. Map: MT. WILSON.
WalkID: 3029
11 Aug (Sat) 2018: NEPEAN RIVER CASTLEREAGH (M, kayak) A 10-15 km paddle exploring up and down the river. Some portage required. Please bring morning tea, lunch and P.F.D. Limit: 8. Map: UBD.
WalkID: 3064
15 Aug (Wed) 2018: CORONATION CRACK ROCK HOUSE (M-H-Exp) A search for this rock house circa 1953. A long, steep day with lawyer vines. In via Perrys, then up the ridge on the opposite side of the valley. All off-track Limit: 8. Map: MT. WILSON.
WalkID: 3065
18 Aug (Sat) 2018: TINPOT HILL-COXS R.- LITTLE R. (M) A beautiful section of the Cox, with tall casuarinas and grassy banks. We'll walk up the Cox, admire the granite slabs and exit via the Six Foot Track. Car shuffle required! Limit: 10. Map: Jenolan and Hampton.
WalkID: 2847
24 Aug to 2 Sep (Fri-Sun) 2018: JATBULA, NITMILUK NATIONAL PARK NT (E-M) This walk is now fully booked, BUT i will keep a waiting list. Follow a traditional Jaywon songline across the plateau, with campsites at amazing swimming holes (no crocs). No great hills, the most difficult thing is the heat, but we'll do a day walk or two in Litchfield to acclimatise beforehand. We have 8 places booked to start August 26th. The plan is to arrive late Wednesday (after midnight), walk in Litchfield on Thursday, stay at Adelaide River (Mt Bundy Station) Thursday night, drive to Katherine on Friday and stay 2 nights before the walk. There will be time for a day walk in Nitmiluk on Saturday. Limit: 8. Map: Various.
WalkID: 3080
25 Aug (Sat) 2018: JAMISON VALLEY - TREK FOR TIMOR FUNDRAISER (H) Trek for Timor is an all-volunteer event where trekkers can choose to walk 50km, 30km or 15km through the spectacular Blue Mountains and raise funds for projects in a remote area of East Timor. Fundraising from the past four treks has raised over $200,000 and supported many projects including building a primary school, resourcing secondary schools and kindergartens, supporting women's activities and enabling students to attend university. The Early Bird registration fee is only $60 per person (and $30 for under 18s). In addition trekkers are asked to raise a minimum of $200 per person. Teams should be made up of 4-6 members. I'm looking to get a team together for the 30 or 50km option - we'd need to do some training walks before the actual event, which means getting organised ASAP.. Full details about the Trek and East Timor projects can be seen at www.trekfortimorbm.org.au or you can contact register@trekfortimorbm.org.au for more information. Limit: 6. Map: Jamison; Katoomba.
WalkID: 3081
25 Aug (Sat) 2018: JAMISON VALLEY - TREK FOR TIMOR FUNDRAISER (H) Trek for Timor is an all-volunteer event where trekkers can choose to walk 50km, 30km or 15km through the spectacular Blue Mountains and raise funds for projects in a remote area of East Timor. Fundraising from the past four treks has raised over $200,000 and supported many projects including building a primary school, resourcing secondary schools and kindergartens, supporting women's activities and enabling students to attend university. The Early Bird registration fee is only $60 per person (and $30 for under 18s). In addition trekkers are asked to raise a minimum of $200 per person. Teams should be made up of 4-6 members. I'm looking to get a team together for the 30 or 50km option - we'd need to do some training walks before the actual event, which means getting organised ASAP.. Full details about the Trek and East Timor projects can be seen at www.trekfortimorbm.org.au or you can contact register@trekfortimorbm.org.au for more information. Limit: 6. Map: Jamison; Katoomba.
WalkID: 3090
25 Aug (Sat) 2018: WALLS PASS-CEDAR CREEK-GOLDEN STAIRS (H) Out near the fire tower on the Eastern side of Narrowneck is a chain going down a 30metre vertical cliff. Then we'll scramble along the cliffs and down the ridge to Cedar Creek. Up to Ruined Castle, along to Golden Stairs and home. Exposure! Limit: 8. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3001
26 Aug (Sun) 2018: RODRIGUEZ PASS & THE HORSE TRACK, BLACKHEATH (H) In 2014, when Phil T led this walk for the last time, I promised him I would put it on the program each year. A leisurely paced walk on tracks about 12km with around 800 metres of descent and ascent. Descend from Evans Lookout to the junction with the Grand Canyon then turn left and descend to Beauchamp Falls. Then steeply descend to the valley floor passing delightful cascades, next we wander along the Grose Valley to the Horse Track junction. From here it is a long steady climb back up to Evans Lookout enjoying superb views of Fortress Hill and the adjacent peaks. This is a training walk for those going on the Nepal Trek in November, however others are very welcome to join us. Limit: 12. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3074
1 Sep (Sat) 2018: INDUCTION WALK AND TALK (E-M) Spend about 90 minutes after lunch learning about how to get the most benefit from Springwood Bushwalking Club and safe bushwalking. We will have a short tea break and then do a 5km bushwalk. It involves descending 200m into Sassafrass Gully and then walking the rainforest path along Sassafrass Creek and later ascending the steep in sections Wiggins track. Will include a short semi-tracked section to visit Stratton's Ampitheatre and the mystery stone cross. All members are welcome to come along for the walk and/or the talk. Limit: 8. Map: Springwood.
MEETING
WalkID: 3023
3 Sep (Mon) 2018: SPRINGWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL ( ) General Meeting for September - The speaker is club member Kevin Speak who will give a presentation titled Safari Adventure, Namibia. Limit: 100. Map: .
WalkID: 3015
7 Sep (Fri) 2018: GLENBROOK (M) This is a combined SBC and NPWS activity wedding in the Glenbrook section of the National park Limit: 15. Map: Penrith.
WalkID: 2991
8 Sep (Sat) 2018: CASTLE HEAD ABSEIL (M) Classic Mountain Abseil Trip, with 5 abseils, one being 45 metres. Great views to Ruined Castle and beyond, plus the challenge of the Leap of Faith. Out via Ruined Castle track and Golden Stairs. $5 rope fee applies. Bring helmet, harness and safety line. Limit: 8. Map: Katoomba.
WalkID: 3093
15 Sep (Sat) 2018: DONKEY MOUNTAIN GRAND TRAVERSE (M-H) Always a great day out; wattles, wildflowers amongst the pagodas and plenty of adventure! Steep ascent/descent. Limit: 12. Map: Ben Bullen.
WalkID: 3094
22 Sep (Sat) 2018: BIRRABANG RIDGE-LIVERSIDGE RIDGE-BIRRABANG WALLS (M) A ridgetop walk that promises much! We've looked at this pagoda-crested ridge from the other side of the Grose and it looks interesting. Wild flowers, interesting pagodas and views across the Grose. No huge hills, but no tracks either. Limit: 12. Map: MT. WILSON.
SNW
WalkID: 3039
22-23 Sep (Sat-Sun) 2018: SPLENDOUR ROCK OVERNIGHT (E-M) Rescheduled - in the hope it will rain sometime soon. For those who missed the Anzac day celebration. From Dunphy's carpark, walk out to Mobbs Soak alternative campsite, set up camp and then walk on to Splendour Rock (maybe even for sunset, walk back in torchlight) Return via Black Horse Ridge and Breakfast Creek. Want to test your brand new overnight gear? This is a perfect trip for that. Limit: 8. Map: Jenolan.
WalkID: 3017
28 Sep-1 Oct 2018 (Fri - Mon) 2018: WOLLEMI COLO -CAPERTEE (M-H) An East West crossing of Wollemi from Hollow Rock to the Coorongooba campground, via the Colo Colo and Capertee Rivers over 4 days. A small party to accomodate the giant car shuffle which will need to be organised the day before. Damp feet walking along the river in some amazing gorges over the long weekend plus a day. Limit: 4. Map: Mt Morgan Six Brothers.
SOCIAL
WalkID: 3041
1 Oct (Mon) 2018: OCTOBER GENERAL MEETING There will be no speaker on this long weekend and members can socialise after the meeting's formalities. There will also be a swap-meet for those wishing to give away/swap/sell their bushwalking gear. Map: -
WalkID: 3092
2 Oct (Tue) 2018: HARTLEY VILLAGE AND THE PURPLE DONKEY (M) Morning tea in the café, then some easy walks to explore the village. There's a boardwalk by the river, a sculpture walk and a short walk to the granite tors. After this, we'll go over to Londonderry Reserve to look for the Purple Donkey Orchid, which were sighted here last year and have our lunch. Bring a relaxed nature! Limit: 12. Map: Hartley.
WalkID: 3049
2-4 Oct (Tue-Thu) 2018: SHOALHAVEN (M, kayak) Three day kayaking trip from Tallowa dam to Fossickers Flat on the Shoalhaven River. Free campsite with toilets only. Limit: 8. Map: Burrier.
WalkID: 3068
5 Oct (Fri) 2018: GLENBROOK (E) Weeding in the Blue Mountains National Park at Glenbrook. This is a combined NPWS activity Limit: 14. Map: Penrith.
WalkID: 3042
20-21 Oct (Sat - Sun) 2018: BUNGONIA (Exp) NSW Bushwalking Annual Camp - Walks, workshops,talks and training on abseiling, navigation, first aid etc. Volunteers invited to put on day walks over the weekend and attendees can express interest in the various talks/training activities - see their website for details - bushwalkingnsw.org.au Limit: 200. Map: Gregory.
WalkID: 3002
28 Oct (Sun) 2018: BLUE GUM FOREST VIA LOCKLEYS PYLON (H) Walk via The Pinnacles to Lockley Pylon and continue to Du Faur Head. Then a steep descent to Blue Gum Forest. Return on the same route. This is a training walk for the group going to Nepal in November, however others are welcome to come. Limit: 12. Map: Katoomba and Mount Wilson.