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Montacute Heights to Cudlee Creek

Sun 21 Oct 2018

Walk name/location
Montacute Heights to Cudlee Creek
Walk grade
End-to-End 12
Description

After some initial road walking the trail makes a very long and steep descent to 6th creek then climbs through Montacute CP and again to Thomas Hill.The final part of the walk takes us along Holland CK Rd and its specky private gardens.

Date
Sunday 21 October 2018
Walk Leaders
James Wenzel
Suzanne Matthews
Adam Matthews
Leanne Bell
Robin Sharland
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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
2B
Guidebook maps
Southern Guidebook, chapter 3 map 5,
chapter 3 map 6,
chapter 3 map 7.

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
9am
End time
3-30pm
Walking from
Montacute Heights
Walking to
Cudlee Creek
Distance
20kms
Risks
Hazards
Take care walking along Marble Hill Rd,,cars and silent bike riders,long steep descent to 6th creek
Requirements
Min 2ltrs water,suitable clothing,Poles if you have them,morn tea,lunch ,afternoon tea,energy food & drinks .Electrolytes
Experience
trailwalker

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. Kersbrook
  2. Cudlee Creek
  3. Cudlee Creek North ‘walk-in’ site (Grandpa’s)

Further Afield

Beyond this Heysen Trail section.

  1. Scotts Shelter