Evening Stroll - Urambi Hills

Evening Stroll - Urambi Hills

Thu 15th Feb 2024

Completed

Part-day walk

Bring a torch and meet at 6:30 on Learmonth Drive (Turn from Athlon Drive into Learmonth Drive, pulling over to the left, about 100metres from the traffic lights). We will enjoy a pleasant stroll with views. Please book as usual via Bilby. If walk cancelled for any reason (e.g., too hot, too wet) valid participants will be notified via Bilby by 5:30pm on day of the walk.

Additional Information

Booking deadline

Thu 15th Feb 2024 05:00pm

Length

Short

Terrain

Easy

Distance (km or hrs)

6km

Ascent

120

Descent

120

Map name

Tuggeranong

Terrain information

Mostly on track with sections off track through grassland. Long pants and/or gaiters recommended.

Transport information

Drive yourself.


A walk or similar activity with a duration of a day or part day. No overnight gear required.

Date and Time

Start: Thu 15th Feb 2024 @ 06:30pm
Approx Return: Thu 15th Feb 2024 @ 08:15pm
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