Huts and History in nearby NSW
*** With only a small number of cars, camper trailers will be ok *** Following on from the ACT Huts trips on 20 and 21 January, this 2 day (overnight) trip will explore some of the huts and history in nearby NSW. Iâ€™m no expert in the field, so the approach is to â€˜explore and learnâ€™. There will be walking involved to get from roads and parking areas to huts and sites. To maximise explore time, bring packed morning/afternoon teas and lunch so that we can eat flexibly including while on a walk â€“ donâ€™t worry, it wonâ€™t be all go, go, go. On Saturday, weâ€™ll explore from Adaminaby along the Snowy Mountains Highway. Overnight camp will be at Long Plain. Sunday morning is free time for you to do your own thing, eg Yarrangobilly Caves / Thermal Pool, explore Blue Waterholes. Because we have done these things on previous trips (and will run another trip focused on those aspects later), we will explore the huts in the vicinity of Long Plain and Blue Waterholes. After lunch, weâ€™ll return to Canberra via Tantangara Reservoir exploring along the way. If you have particular knowledge of the area and its history, please let me know so that we can all benefit â€“ thank you. The driving will not be difficult. A good opportunity for new members who havenâ€™t completed Basic course and to meet other club members.
3 cars, each with camper trailer on this trip. Alex and Andrea, Marie McDonald and Glynis Whitfield. Rob Calvert had to pull out at last minute. Nothing eventful, just a relaxed week-end in good company and getting to know our camper trailers better. No trip reports.