Sat 27th Apr 2024
A longish drive to Wog Wog campground but with a treat afterwards as we walk through delightful woodland forest, along footpads, then onto the rocky tops, sometimes through grassland to our destination of that Budawang icon, Corang Peak. We climb the peak then return the same way. This isn't a difficult walk but if it's been raining it might be muddy along parts of the track. Some small rock scrambles and possibly some overhanging scrub. We may need to jump Wog Wog Creek. Opportunities to photo Corang Arch!
Wed 24th Apr 2024
Distance (km or hrs)
Mainly on track. Some easy rock scrambles.
We'll carpool from Spotlight, Queanbeyan. 250 km return $100 per car. Participants will receive an email from me a couple of days before advising of start time.
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