- When: Sunday 18 April 2021 at 9:00am to Sunday 18 April 2021 at 2:00pm
- Where: Southeast of Armadale (check your web account for details once you have booked) to Southeast of Armadale | Section/s: The Darling Range
- Rating: Intermediate | Category: Social Sunday Walks
This 14km return walk from the meeting point near Albany Hwy to Boonering Hill is led by trained Foundation volunteers. We follow a blue gum plantation before ascending the slopes of Boonering Hill.
A slight diversion off the Track takes us to the massive granite dome from where we have expansive 360 degree views.
We will not be passing a campsite so there will not be any water or toilets available on this walk. The nearest water supply & toilets are at the roadhouse a few kilometres south of the meeting point. Please bring water with you.
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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:
Hi everyone, I have been walking the Bibbulmun Track since the early 90's. I became a member in 2000 and a volunteer in 2001, mainly as a maintenance volunteer at Mt Clare and now at Hewett's Hill and surrounds. I was part of the Telethon Challenge fundraising walk in 2004 on the Bib and I completed my first sectional end-to-end in 2007. I love the Track and love to share it with everyone, hence I have become a volunteer guide. Enjoy your time on this amazing world class 1000km+ trail. You soon will become hooked too!
In 1999 I read in the Sunday Times an article about the Bibbulmun Track and I walked a section. I joined the Foundation in 2003 and walked solo from North to South between October and November. Since then I have endeavoured to do a major trek every two years. As a guide I hope to encourage others to love the environment.