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Hello fellow hikers, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND For those who missed the hike last week. And for those keen enough to do it again. PLEASE READ CAFEFULLY ~ We are hiking to **Serpentine Falls VIA Kitty’s Gorge** ~ Meeting point is at Serpentine Falls entrance at 7 am. ~ Some cars will be left at serpentine falls. ~ Some will carpool to the start point at Jarrahdale Cemetery ~ Please BYO after hike meal for picnic at Serpentine Falls, carry them in your bag pack. Time: 7:00 am to 12:00 pm (we start earlier because the trail might be busy) Meeting Point: Serpentine Falls carpark Difficulty: Grade 3, Moderate to Difficult. Distance: 9km one way (Kitty Gorge to Serpentine Falls one way) What to expect: The track has short steep hill sections and many steps. There are some rocky sections near the gorge and a very steep stepped section near Serpentine Falls. Highlights: The pine plantation, the Gooralong Brook and Serpentine river in Gooralong Park and Serpentine National Park, numerous waterfalls and cascades, Spencer’s Mud Cottage (a heritage-listed site) and then the Serpentine Falls. *BEFORE YOU JOIN THIS HIKE* Please look up the location and plan how to get to the meeting point prior to making your way to the place on that day. WHAT TO BRING: Good walking shoes, hiking poles (if available), min 2 litres of water, first aid, an empty plate, fork, spoon and a sense of humour. Disclaimer: It is important that you take the time to read a few documents relating to our terms and conditions as by joining an event you indicate acceptance of these terms. Trail information: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/australia/western-australia/serpentine-falls-via-kittys-gorge Attending Our Hikes: https://www.trailhiking.com.au/attending-hikes/ Event Risks and Waiver of Liability: https://www.trailhiking.com.au/event-risks-waiver-liability/ RSVP and No Shows: If you make it into the list of attendees and you are can't make it that day please RSVP “Not Going” at the earliest so that other members on the waiting list can join the hike. It is nice to do that.
Hi all, I wanted to organise a hike of the Cape to Cape track for September. If we can get a few people involved we can organise a car shuffle rather than having to rely on the transport there as it’s a little expensive. The plan is to start at cape Naturaliste lighthouse at approx 0900 on the 2nd of September and finish by 1500 on the 8th at the latest. This should be ample time including breaks and meals and stuff. If there are any questions please feel free to ask. I hope to see some interest so we can start doing a couple of longer hikes like this every now and then. Thanks. Sam.
Join 8-10 regulars, all ages. I set a fast pace on soft sand, all weathers. The group strings out walking at their own pace. We often do 6-8km in the hour. Some walk on the path, some walk on the beach, we walk with the sunset, then return for the yummy $15 Curry, at Mullaloo Tavern. We generally split to a fast fitness group and a slower strolling group. This is on every Monday. If you want to come, pm me on[masked] as that's what the regulars do. Bring a change of clothes if walking on the beach waterline, as you may get wet! Unless we choose to hang out we will be exercised, fed, and home by 7.30pm all ready for an evening of whatever delights us, or unavoidable admin ( in practice sometimes a few of us chat and laugh 'til the pub closes). Meet by Mullaloo Surf life saving club, carpark side to the right of club as look at the beach on the low wall by the hydrant. We will walk until you choose to turn around, then turn back. This walk gives the option of path, (can bring the pooch0, flat sand or beach sand walk. See you there!
Perth peeps, are you guys driving straight to Stirling range on the day? I was wondering it’s probably a good idea to get an accommodation and stay nearby the night before. Please comment if you have any suggestions. :) This is a grade 5 difficulty, please ensure you are aware of the the level of fitness and hiking experiences required on this hike. The event organiser has no responsibilities of whatsoever should anyone gets injured during the hike. *hike at your own risk and do take extra precautions**