- When: Thursday 13 May 2021 at 9:00am to Thursday 13 May 2021 at 4:30pm
- Where: East of Armadale - check your web account after booking to East of Armadale | Section/s: The Darling Range
- Rating: Experienced | Category: Day Walks
A challenging 22km return walk from Brookton Hwy to Mt Dale campsite led by our volunteer guides.
The walk passes Brookton campsite, showcasing the new style rammed earth shelters, not far from the start of the walk and then progresses through mixed jarrah forest along some old rail formations and past some lovely creeks.
Note that the pace on this walk is generally quicker as it attracts more experienced walkers.
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- been unwell
- had contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19
- respiratory symptoms (even if mild)
- a fever, cough, sore throat and/or shortness of breath
- Your Event Guide/s:
I have always enjoyed the outdoors and now I am excited to be a volunteer guide with the Foundation. I am also a maintenance volunteer and a Board member of the Foundation. Hope to meet you soon.
Hi all, I have been a regular user of the Track ever since the realignment and have walked end-to-end both ways plus many sectional bits. As well as enjoying introducing people to the Track as a volunteer guide I also help to maintain it by looking after Mt Wells campsite and a section of Track each side. I love being out in the bush and the Track facilities make the wilderness experience much easier and more enjoyable. I often walk, tramp or ramble in other parts of Australia and elsewhere but it’s always a pleasure to be back on the Bibb especially in spring when the wildflowers rival any I have seen anywhere else.
Transport on this event is offset and Carbon Neutral. Learn more »