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Discussion in 'Backcountry' started by Alex.C, Jun 15, 2007.
Correct. But where though?
Maybe just south of Karst Ck NP
In the gorge above Union Bridge Rd?
Just below Lake Rowellen, in the forest reserve? Or are we going all the way up into The Walls?
Above all Hydro impoundments.
Near Lees Paddock? Are we in a NP or WHA?
I'll give you that. It's crossing the Mersey in Lee's Paddock. Still a private lease, surrounding by the WHA. Spectacular valley and place.
The black-ish sand is a clue, Geology students from sMelbourne often go to 'beach' near here to study some unique uplift and layering.
looks very nice. hope to get there one day
Nope, but close ish
Mornington ? Dava Beach ?
Nope, go east
Is that Wilson's prom In the distance?
Im thinking leongatha areA. Dinosaurs or coal is the interest
Or shore platforms at say walkerville
Somewhere in between those two, though closer to Walkerville
I'm not sure of the actual beach's name, it has no vehicle access and is only accessible from farm land or a nearby camp ground. Nearby public camp ground will do
Yep, over to you @mr
Great spot @Tanuki
how bout this one
Looks like Twynam and lIttle Twynam direction from up above Illawong?
Too easy @Tanuki, back to you!
oh shit.... @Snow Blowey was correct! sorry, quick phone look. It was L. Twynam and Twynam
lets go with yours anyway @Tanuki, then SB next eh?
Nah Nah, that's cool. Your up @Snow Blowey
I'm all out of pics so don't worry about me.
Right e o. Where was I standing?
Eskdale spur just a bit up from Michel Hut?
Looking west off High Knob, Razorback
Close enough, probably 1k south along the Razorback.
Closest hut to this tree?
I think @GS has it.
I think we all got that one, I'm sure there's a tree like that near every hut
Hope this one's not too obscure;
That would be Ben cairn on mt Donna buang
Spent many summer afternoons climbing here close enough to home to get a few hours climbing after work. Very shady and high enough to beat the summer heat. The base of the handrail made for easy belay anchors
Yep, nice spot
Is that on Mt Stirling?