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Just arrived in Sydney and looking forward to adventures and expanding my social network :)
This group is for anyone who loves to walk, hike, trek - one step at a time.
We love to walk around Sydney's spectacular coast line and also enjoy wonderful walks in other states and countries. Many of us love a great coffee too, but it isn't a must and some prefer a glass of wine, we cater to everyone!
We have various walks:
Half day walks in Sydney, that are usually 10 km or less,
Full day walks that cover at least 20 kms and can be used as training for multi-day walks,
Inn to inn multi-day walks and
For those that like a bit more adventure self-reliant multi-day back packing where you carry your own tent, food, etc.
A little bit about me: I love walking! I've been bush walking for 30 years or so. Recently I've completed the Camino de Santiago from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago de Compostela twice, climbed Mt Kilimanjaro (Feb 16) , hiked the Great Ocean Walk a few times (self-reliant), and hiked parts of the Heysen trail, (self-reliant). I love getting away on my own and I'm equally happy leading a social walk around Sydney or supporting others to step out of their comfort zone! I don't worry about the weather much as I believe all you need is the right clothing and a positive attitude. I'm passionate about safety and remaining injury free and I'm happy to say that all the people I have trained for the Camino de Santiago have completed it without any of the usual physical problems that people suffer from, such as blisters and tendonitis. I also completed Kilimanjaro without any of the usual headaches, throwing up, diarrhea or altitude sickness that so many people suffer from. Preparation is key and common sense prevails!
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Looking forward to meeting you on a walk. Please feel free to call me or text me