140504 Walk to Tuggeranong Stone Wall and to base of Urambi Hills
May 4, 2014 · 10:00 AM
Meet at front steps of the Tuggeranong Lakeside Leisure Centre
This is an interesting and varied walk which includes the stone wall that was built by convict labour to separate two pastoral properties adjacent to the Murrumbidgee River as well as a visit to the base of the nearby Urambi Hills. There are some hilly bits but the walk is not particularly difficult.
We walk around Canberra and the ACT on weekends and public holidays, have coffee afterwards, hold bike rides on cycle paths around Canberra, do trips away to Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the snow during the ski season, visit regional centers such as Young and Bowral and spend time at the coast when the weather is warm. We encourage our members to suggest and host activities and we are currently seeking a person to organize trips away from Canberra.
The activities are likely to suit you if you are new to Canberra or a long term resident, working or retired, looking for things to do, want to make new friends and expand your social circle, like to walk or cycle more and get fit again, love walking in the outdoors, need to see more of national parks, keen to explore the region and love to go on some day trips to surrounding regions.