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I have used sports tubes on a few trips. Cant pack much in them and one came apart during handling because the locking pin had not been inserted...
Not much. A bit on Spion Kopje Spur.
Looking further north.
The remnants of the Mt Nesle drift as seen today.
Instructors from Windy Corner would be able to assist.
According to Falls Creek Resord Management, Fat Biking is allowed as long as temp is below 0C. The bikes make very little impression on the trail...
His authority for his definition was some Youtube clip of some person standing in a snowy carpark probably in USA pointing out which cars were 4WD...
How do they define 4wd?
SES train one day a week. The tracks could have been from one of those days.
If your car is stressed by driving on the correct side of the road, you are probably driving too fast.
I wish it was true, but there is no dedicated parking area for XC skiers at Windy Corner.
They are worried that there might only be 1 car parking spot left.
There was a sign opposite the Gully Car park facing downhill traffic. "Fit chains here" what were they supposed to do?
This may be helpful for Subaru drivers....
Dont get me started on that one. In the good old days there was signage on the way down indicating where chains could be removed.
Why not use a paste or liquid glide wax over the whole ski base, grip zone included? Better glide, and no icing problems.
Something like this....
Especially that section which is an overlaking lane.
I think there is ample signage, although the sign that says "Slow drivers thank you" has me puzzled.
Maybe 10cm. This afternoon it was firm but not icy. It has been machine packed, so with cold nights and no warm wind or wet precipitation events...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] A nice afternoon on the XC trails. Trails had been packed but not groomed.