2009-10-24 -18 145

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Sat 24 Oct 2009 in -18,145:
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Out in the wilds of the Abergowrie graticule. A couple of miles along Greenvale Camel Creek Rd, then either a 550m hike through "scrub" (with possibility of fences) or a ~1km drive/hike along what appears to be a clearing for powerlines...



I'm planning to head out there this morning with my girls and see if we can reach the point. Estimating two hours from town. It's not a likely one, but I'm really keen to get a birthday hash, not to mention a new-for-me grat, another cherry, and another green tick. Please be no fences... Matty 20:45, 9 October 2009 (UTC)

Matty K's Expedition[edit]

Here's the Google map of where we got to (A) and where we were going (B).

After a very long, slightly random drive up north, out west, over dirt roads and up the sides of mountains, we reached a crossroads I didn't recognise. The girls were bored and hungry, I was watching the clock run down, and we'd already used a quarter of a tank of fuel, so we called it an "aventure" and turned around.

Several photos were snapped on the return down Mt Fox. Highlights may be posted here some time.