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... to do it on a very windy day. Lucky for us it was a still, perfect day. From the peak there a great views south over Halls Gap and north towards Mt Gar ( Mt Difficult) Range.
On the return trip we via and tack the route to Bullaces Glen, where we enjoyed lunch in this pretty fernery glade based at a large rock outcrop in a patch of wet sclerophyll forest.
After lunch we made our way back to the vehicle, we say goodbye to the ...
Awoke to rain today, but weather forcast is telling us this will clear late morning, so we have decided to stay put until after lunch, when we will then go on another walk. I have not done any blogging for at least eight days, and Steve is behind on his homework, so guess what we caught upon this morning. After lunch we decide we will take the walk to the Pinnacle. You can actually see the Pinnacle from the street of the town of Halls Gap. It is one of ...
... them we threw a couple of crusts and the Kangaroos ate them, the big daddy one came over and started grunting and spitting and we got a bit worried Briar was petrified he looked like he was going to sort us out but we stood quietly and he eventually moved away. The rain came so we packed up and carried on for Halls Gap, saw a big dam on the way into town reaching there around 2.30 and got some gas (1.39 per litre), an adventure wilderness type place that reminded me of ...
We are in the middle of the Grampians National Park which is about 100 kms from the southern coastline and represents Victoria's mountainous backpacking and hiking area...think of it a bit like pre-foothills for the Rockies. Tomorrow we will travel north and west about 500 kms (5 hours and 43 minutes says the pilot) to Adelaide which is in South Australia. So we will move over a province as it were and Gary ...
... a rocky plateau, and carefully follow the markers through a maze of sandstone outcrops. They sure were not joking. We kept ooooing and ahing as we found each marker hidden behind another rock. There were sort of rough hewn steps and some boulder scrambling but nothing to complicated or hard. Head down though or you would trip and do a nasty injury.
About 3km along we walked through and under ...
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