Date(s) - 03/12/2016
6:30 am - 11:30 am
An walk through a less often visited part of the Main Range National Park through rainforest and eucalypt forest with great views and along a historic bullock track.
This is a longer walk and will require a moderate level of fitness. It is possible to cut approximately 2km with a car shuttle before the walk which I think would be a good option.
Govenor’s Chair is also an option for a sunrise for the early birds and below is the sunrise details for those interested. We will visit the Govenors Chair on the Mt Mathieson trail.
More details and images to come closer to the date.
Information from National Parks:
Mount Mathieson trail (Class 4)
Distance: 8.1km return
Time: Allow about 3hr walking time
Details: This rough trail (not a graded walking track) commences opposite the Pioneer picnic area. The walk takes you through open eucalypt and rainforest and provides opportunities for views north of Cunninghams Gap. The trail returns via the Heritage trail and Spicers Gap Road in Main Range National Park.
Some other information here:
Bookings are closed for this event.