Webb Gap Camp Site

Accommodation Option on the Heysen Trail

Shelter (small),
Water Tank
Southern Guidebook, chapter 5, map 7
Grid ref: 116 384
Longitude: 138.9605738306
Latitude: -33.9780806111
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Shelter with water tank and bench, and square camping platform/bench.
Campsite completed September 2012. View re-route map: https://www.heysentrail.asn.au/heysen_trail/re-routes.php?reroute_id=142 Distances: Smith Hill Camp Site to Webb Gap Camp Site - 13.3km Webb Gap Camp Site to Huppatz Hut - 16.2km

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2 thoughts on “Webb Gap Camp Site

  1. Nice spot that I stopped through on 5 June. Not too many level spots for tents. Looked to be a newish multi-use platform which is great. Water tank at least 30%.

  2. 2/10/15. I left Huppatz hut at dawn, as the forecast was for a warm day. Got to this site early, them waited until 3.30 before moving on.
    I had noted an entry in the HHut logbook, of a lady who said there was no water tank at Webb gap.
    Very odd. But , she wad coming from the south and the map shows the site to be before one climbs up to the gap. I was expecting it there as well.
    However, when I reached the top, I did see a stile, which was unmarked. I thought it might be for another ridge top trail. I only checked to make sure the HT did not go on the other side of the fence. It was only once I was over that I suddenly noticed what looked like corrugated iron. It was the camp site. The lady in the log had camped at the bottom of the hill and drank dam water!!

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