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Discussion in 'Backcountry' started by sidetrack, Jan 28, 2007.
VSG correct but not accurate. Legend spatially closer.
North of tidal, not south. Its pretty well known.
North end of squeaky beach. Some great problems in there and one very nice crack/high ball.
Sidetrack has it, I believe.
Snowy River headwaters?
I'm being a pedant here, but shouldn't that be L-R?
Opps my bad. I must have been upside down when i typed that.
yep sidetrack had it
Is that a tardis in the middle ground VSG?
VSG - Snowy river - at the back end of Guthega dam?
I was going to say Snowy River up from Guthega as well, but the construction on left hand side of the river has me wondering.....
Isn't the structure one end of the cable thigy for crossing in floods
With scenes like that I still can't believe I haven't walked down there - must do this year.
BTW, the weather is always like that isn't it?
Is that the pool of bethesda... or something like that. Walls of Jerusalem in Tassie.
Nah, go back a page - Traveller Range, not far away, but that was my initial thought. Those pools in the W of J are like prehistoric zen gardens with the rocks and conifers. A fair bit of Walking w Dinosaurs had the W of J as the backdrop.
It upstream from the suspension bridge over the Snowy, opposite Illawong Lodge.
Here's another obvious one (the background range), but name the lake:
Right state, wrong lake
fkn awesome photo legend. Its the acropolis and the labryinth yeah? As for the lake i could look it up but it would be cheating (not that we have established any rules....)
Thanks mr, The Acropolis is there, but it's not from the labyrinth.
Orion Lakes ?
Great stuff JAM
Now for something a little bit different
legend - umm, change filname ?
I was going to say southwest rocks at low tide, but um legend you really should change the file name. And also I only looked because climberman said too, he is the real cheat ive just had to much wine. Think im rambling now so bye bye.
PS I think its that nagee place
Okay, try this. Name them both.
Sturgen and Aprupt taken from the car park/lookout on the side of the rd just before Dunkeld comimg from Hamilton.
Same hills with green grass and no power line.
not specific enough sidetrack, just 'cos you can read the filename. Nadgee covers 20+ km of coastline. I know the place reasonably well but there is a few sites that could fit. Probably Newton's Sea Caves though.
Thanks guys (I didn't think of file name). Graeme is right Nadgee has a coastline of about 30 Km. Graeme is pretty specific by saying the Newtons sea caves (sometimes during the year you don't need to do a rock climb to get in it can be a cruisey walk on sand into the entrance)
Here's another (I hope I've erased all the important stuff)
legend - dunno where, but AWESOME !
JAM right again! This is from one of the 'classic' VMTC walks from Mallacoota to Wonboyn.
I haven't done the walk through for a while - but booked it today for March. Last time was one of those "a real adventure is never fun at the time" things after we made the impromtu decision to go aroung the inland side of Lake Barracouta from Howe Hill - swamps with thickets of saw-edged cane; ending up wading around the edge in the lake then a pack swim to get back to the beach , arriving a day late in Mallacoota. Much more memorable than just walking through!
Graeme: It's one of the best beach walks in Eastern Australia. A problem at the moment could be a lack of water (Mallacoota has just had over 50mm - the first REAL rain for several months). Let me know closer to the day and I can fill you in where water should be found.
Meanwhile, here's another:
Has that Mount Roland (TAS) look, but its not.
King Davids Peak?
thanks Legend - I have a pretty good handle on the water situation in Nadgee from previous walks, including some fairly obscure soaks. Recent first hand info would always be useful though if available.
Not King David's Peak or Roland, but right state.
Graeme, good to share these great places
It seems like I'm saying this for every photo at the moment but is that in the Walls of Jerusalem?
ok ok I know I am out of turn and all that but it has taken me a couple of years to figure out how to get a pic onto the web and I got so excited to be able to do it I could not resist jumpng in with a location close to the heart.
hmmm does not work.... ok anyone? why doe sit not work?
Can someone post a photo of the Walls just so I can get it out of my system and move on to a happy place.