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Cudlee Creek to Mewett Road

Sun 7 May 2017

Walk name/location
Cudlee Creek to Mewett Road
Walk grade
End-to-End 10
Description

A walk through the rolling hills of the South Mt Lofty Ranges, including sections through several blocks of the Mt Crawford Forest. The trail then pasts alongside of Mt Gould (500m) with beautiful views before the descent, with few minor ups-and-downs to the finish.

Date
Sunday 7 May 2017
Walk Leaders
David Weinel
Michael Weinel
Esteban Garrido
Carol Homewood
Judy McAdam
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Walk section along Heysen Trail shown in red:
The rest of the Heysen Trail shown in blue:
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Mapsheet
2C
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Southern Guidebook, chapter 3 map 7,
chapter 3 map 8.

Meeting Location

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Event Fees
Event fee
AUD $8.00
(under 18 years of age AUD $1.00)
Golden Boots cards
Accepted
Bus
AUD $20.00

Walk Specifics
Start time
0830hrs Bus Departs
End time
1600hrs
Walking from
Cudlee Creek
Walking to
Nuggett Road
Distance
20km

Nearby Campsites and Accommodation Options

This list is generic and is derived from the Walk Selector for this walk section. Your walk leader may be suggesting a different or specific town or accommodation option to be based at.

In This Section

On or within 2km of this Heysen Trail section.

  1. Rocky Paddock Campground
  2. Chalks Campground
  3. Kersbrook
  4. Fromms Farm
  5. Mt Crawford Forest Information Centre
  6. Cudlee Creek Restaurant Tavern and Caravan Park
  7. Tanunda Cottages

Further Afield

Beyond this Heysen Trail section.

  1. Old School House
  2. Centennial Drive
  3. Cudlee Creek
  4. Cudlee Creek North ‘walk-in’ site (Grandpa’s)