- When: Sunday 2 October 2022 at 8:30am to Sunday 2 October 2022 at 3:30pm
- Where: East of Armadale (check your web account after booking) to East of Armadale | Section/s: The Darling Range
- Rating: Experienced | Category: Social Sunday Walks
This is a 21.4km return walk from near Mt Dale to the Beraking Campsite with a volunteer guide. This walk varies as we pass through wandoo, pines and jarrah forest. The vegetation changes dramatically with each ascent and descent. The walk follows the realignment of the Track around Mt Dale which includes the summit track. The campsite has water and a toilet (byo toilet paper!).
This walk is for fit and experienced walkers only. The pace on this walk is generally faster and the breaks somewhat shorter than intermediate style walks. If you have any doubts please consider booking on an intermediate walk.
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Hi, Karen here. I have always had a love of walking in the bush, particularly looking at wildflowers, but have only in recent years discovered the Bibbulmun Track. As many have told me, it is addictive and I am now passing on my new found passion by volunteering as a guide. I haven’t walked the entire track yet but my favourite so far is around the Canning River where it amazes me how much the vegetation and soil can change in so short a time. Hope to see you out there soon!
Hi everyone, I have been a member since 2009 when I completed an end-to-end through June and July. This inspired me to continue walking. Since then I’ve enjoyed many hikes short and long across the world like; NZ’s Great Walks, the Tour de Mont Blanc, and The Haute Route across the Swiss Alps. I look forward to many more. I hope to see you out there. The Bibbulmun Track is unique and I’d love to share my knowledge of it with you.