Heysen (End to End 14) Walk 2

Section 2 – Cobbler Hill to Tapannappa

Today we trekked through narrow tracks and dense native scrub in Deep Creek Conservation Park.  We (me) slipped and slid through narrow muddy tracks, particularly along Aaron Creek. Walking poles are the best invention ever; not to mention the helping hand of others. There were some very tricky, steep sections as we climbed in and out of gullies.  Once again Mark S caught some spectacular scenery on camera.

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Walking towards the challenge of the climb and the mud

 

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Rain had prepared a muddy trail especially for us

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Back burning with regrowth just visible

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We dared to disturb her as we trekked past

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The best part of hiking is how remote and wild it is

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Reassuring trademark signs of the Heysen Trail

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Every now and then the bush cleared, but still not a human in sight.

 

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