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We decided that today we would check out Perisher and Mt Kosciuszko.
After letting Mia have her morning sleep we headed out around lunchtime towards Perisher.
The drive was really nice and very scenic. We stopped along the way at some rivers/creeks and took some photos. We made it to Perisher where we noticed they had some ...
Hello everybody sorry i have not written in a while but we have done so much that i didn't really have time to. Firstly we went skiing or should i say everyone but me went skiing because i went snowboarding and i learnt some new tricks!!! firstly i learnt how to jump and i also learnt how to go backwards which is really useful when turning. I also did ski or should i say snowboard school for two days Saturday and ...
Not wanting to stay for the marathon and all the people, we set of at 7.30 , which was a record for us, and got to Wodonga about 20 minutes later. It was like a ghost town, not a soul awake on a Sunday morning at that time. W e continued on to Albury, where again it was super quiet. We walked around the botanical gardens, filled the car up, and did a bit of shopping, then headed off again. Albury is a great place, and one we will return to at another time. ...
... realize until later in the day. By the time we headed over there it was already late so we could only do one run before having to take the "home run" trail back to Smiggins. It was SO much better on the other side. Smiggins is mainly just one mountain with several different runs. The other mountains are more spread out and it was just beautiful and didn’t feel as crowded. I can’t wait to go back to this side tomorrow!
... outcrops interspersed between snowy outcrops provided even more beauty to behold.
As we wandered down the hill we found the usual stream to slosh through and the sadly white snow gums that had been burnt in the fires of 2003, as well as lots of pretty flowers. Don't ask what they were, they were just pretty.
The last half kilometre or so was quite steep, however with our trusty walking poles in hand we managed this with ease.
Another beautiful walk.