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One of my favourite trails ever - forest, sand, raised paths, rock and great views constantly changing. I drank 5ltrs of water during the run, not any water stops that I could see, however a cash only kiosk at Garie beach saved my life as I was doing a return route on the track from Otford 38km.

wandern
kein schatten
käfer
abseits des Weges
überwachsen
1 month ago

We did this track anti clock wise from Guthega. There are no signed posts but there is a basic warn track, great views and a great camping area on the Guthega side of Little Twynam. Heading the Hedley Tarn below the Blue Lake is beautiful with great views. Suggestion do not do this track as a loop arrange a pick up at Charlotte Pass. Along the snowy river back to Guthega is dense bush thigh high and extremely challenging allow 6 to 8 hours to do this part depending on the fitness of the party. Once you get to Illawong Lodge there is a track for the last 2.5kms. Take insect repentant as in summer the flies are very annoying

wandern
1 month ago

Just finished this incredible hike a couple weeks ago and definitely recommend it. For those wondering about the river crossing in Mallacoota, we crossed at low tide and the water level was less than waist height with no strong current. We were a bit uncertain about crossing before we got there because there's not much information online about the feasibility of crossing it, but decided we wouldn't book the boat and just risk it. This was a great decision in the end because it took us 1min to cross with our packs on and it was a breeze. We crossed at the Mallacoota end of the channel. I'm not sure how high the water gets at high tide, but if you cross at low tide it's easily done as of December 2019.

Laufen
1 month ago

A wonderful trek. Varied countryside and stunning views. Track is moderate not hard. Maybe some technical sections at the very beginning. Well Maintained and very well signposted. Brace yourself for the long fire trail walk up hill in the second half. That section is annoying but the rest of it absolutely makes up for it. Train to Katoomba. Private bus from Jenolan Caves to Katoomba.

wandern
scrambling
1 month ago

Agree with most posters that the firetrail portion of the track is rather boring and long, i did it the first day and it was about 12km in length. From there i pushed up the Kedumba valley side of Mt. Solitary which is quite a test. Alltrails assisted me a lot with staying on the track as the trail isn't that clear on this portion. Camped at Chinaman's Gap for the night, 21km on the first day coming from Furber Steps. Second day I had the 10km from Mt Solitary back up to Scenic World. The lookouts from the top of Mt Solitary were incredible, exaggerated when you walk it in the early morning. The first day with the fire trail had me questioning how worthwhile the walk was but the second day with the views from Mt. Solitary absolutely made up it. Other notes: No drinking water on the trail, unless you treat one of the creeks present early on the fire trail, although i wouldn't recommend it. In the Australian heat you willl have to carry a lot, i carried 7L as a precaution and consumed 6L over the two days.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

wandern
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

Really Intense Climb.... will test most people...

wandern
käfer
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

Did it as an overnight hike, parking at the free carpark at Scenic World. Most of day 1 quite easy going until the Mt Solitary trail where the ascent starts. Fun and challenging scramble up the mountain where marking can be a bit sparse at times however not many opportunities to get lost. We camped at the site past Chinaman's Gully overlooking the cliffs of Mt Solitary. There's a few opportunities to go the wrong way on the second part of the trail. At the sign describing Aboriginal campsite, the way forward is north up a rock but not too clearly marked. The descent down the mountain is a bit before the where the summit sign is and coming out of the creek there was no clear trail at all for us, requiring us to trek through unmarked areas north until we met up with the trail again. Like some of the other comments below, the point where the trail turns into the Forest fire trail is a bit mundane, uphill and joyless. I would happily take the Wentworth Falls exit at that fork and be satisfied with the hike. Overall, Mount Solitary Loop is a great hike and a real treat. It is challenging and you will need plenty of water.

wandern
2 months ago

We did this hike in two days clockwise from Evans Point, sleeping at Acacia campground. Amazing how the landscape changes. Wild trails deep in the forest between Perrys Track and the end of Rodriguez. Pulpit Rock and Blue Gum Forest are a must.

wandern
2 months ago

did it in a day, about 12 hours. stopped for lunch and swim. first 20km of walk is great. but the 10km fire trail at the end ruins the walk a bit. very rewarding feeling the next day. next time I'd take exit to Wentworth falls.

brilliant trail, beautiful and challenging in parts especially with 18kg on your back!

We stayed at Bittangabee Bay campground so walked to the lighthouse and back from there. It was so amazing with loads of wildlife. We saw a snake, lyre birds and three goannas! Trail is pretty easy and flat most of the way from Bittangabee to Green Cape.

wandern
abseits des Weges
steinig
überwachsen
2 months ago

Beautiful views and nice trail both down to and up from the river. Doing the river section of the loop is very difficult as there is no trail at all and you have to bush bash thick scrub or rock scramble for 4-5km then we just walked through the water and on sand bank. Very difficult, but beautiful!

I think it depends on which direction you are heading as to whether it is moderate. We went Cowan to Brooklyn. Took us 5 hours. One particular very rocky steep climb. A few smaller ones on further. Would have been better if I’d worn two pairs of socks.

wandern
3 months ago

Fun trail with the family

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

The Glow worm tunnels are very cool, although somewhat diminished by everyone with there lights on. Even if you’re someone who thinks you need to bring a light there’s no point as you can see fine thanks to everyone else using one. This full hike is a bit of overkill, there isn’t much to see until you get to the loop. The loop itself was cool with some good views, so I’d recommend just driving out and doing the loop rather than walking from Newnes campground.

With Tim our Light 2 Light guide, we thoroughly enjoyed this walk. Staying each night in the Green Cape lighthouse keepers cottage was a delight. Add whales, seals goannas, lyre birds, parrots of all kinds and of course the ever-changing landscape and vegetation, wildflowers, awesome ocean views, indigenous peoples as well as white settlement history this is a walk not to be missed!

Laufen
3 months ago

Started at Bermagui and headed North. Nice trail with great views along the coast. Not well signposted so you need to follow your nose a bit but well worth it. Centre section along the beach at Wallaga Lake not great for running.

Great overnight hike, whales seen off coastline. Need to carry own water which adds to weight of backpack. Highly recommend staying at Green Cape night before.

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