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How to start planning your End-to-End Hike?


If you are thinking of embarking on an end-to-end hike, the Bibbulmun Track Foundation’s workshops are a great place to start.

Learn from the experts: planning workshops

The Foundation’s End-to-End workshop is offered in-person or online (for those not in or near Perth) and will shine a light on what you don’t know. Learn how to develop your itinerary (How many km will you walk each day?), organise food and food drops, plan effective rest days, cross the various inlets, and consider emergency options available to you.

We also hold a Getting Into Gear workshop where our guides and volunteers show you what they use on their walks. Learn from their extensive experience as they unpack their backpacks in front of you.

The Food in A Fuel Stove workshop will give you some great recipe ideas as well as many valuable tips for preparing, packing and cooking your food. You will also get a chance to cook with dehydrated food.

One-on-one advice: end-to-end planning sessions for members

The Foundation offers free trip planning advice sessions on a one-on-one basis in our office for Foundation members who are planning an extended walk. An experienced End-to-Ender will sit with you and give you heaps of useful advice and tips, check over your itinerary, food drops and even take a look at some equipment you might be planning to use on your walk. This service is also offered via email for those not in or near Perth.

To book this service, become a member (if you are not already a member) and contact us to make an appointment. In-person trip planning is not available everyevery dayake an appointment as early in your planning as you can. Bring your itinerary, thoughts on food and food drops and maybe even your gear with you.

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