Sunday 28 January 2018: Evening ramble – Kambah Pool, Forster Hill Circuit – S/E. A pleasant evening stroll along the river corridor and over a small nature reserve on Forster Hill. Leaders: Rob and Jenny H.
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Distance: 4.5km | Climb: 300m | Time: 5.35pm – 7.55pm (2hrs 20mins), including 15 mins of breaks | Grading: S/E-M; E(6)


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Track Notes

A humid late afternoon with the promise of thunderstorms. They did come and umbrellas and raincoats were needed.

A pleasant ramble north along the Kambah Pool Walking Track, averting our eyes as we passed (nowhere near) the nude bathing beach. A fraction north of west of the hill, we turned up off the track and wandered up the hill. A storm, with big raindrops, swept over us.

Views from the trig, nice west to the Bullen Range.

The return leg had us descending to cross McQuoids Creek, then another gully. An echidna. Another storm as we walked up through the grasslands back to the cars.

Thanks Rob and Jen and all.

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... bushwalking in the ACT and nearby NSW. I began my love affair with the ACT bush in 2004 after completing the Canberra Bushwalking Club's annual Navigation Refresher. Seven sessions of navigation and bushcraft shared by living legends had me hooked. It's grown from a passion to an obsession. With other responsibilities it's hard to get away overnight, so I usually only day walk. I like gadgets and technobabble. Information on this blog is shared in the hope that it might encourage others to get out and breathe a bit of fresh air.