Registrations open Wednesday 18 September, 2019
A loop walk through Belair National Park down to Brownhill Creek before a sharp climb up Brown Hill then down to join the Yurrebilla trail for the descent back to Brownhill Creek Road. From there a short stint in some streets of Mitcham prior to a climb through Randell Park and back to Belair Railway station.
There will only be a break for morning tea as we will be at lunch time.
If the weather is hot the walk will be shortened by a few kilometers and at least one climb.
Wednesday 16 October, 2019
Meeting location details will be provided after you have registered for this walk.
(under 18 years of age AUD $1)
Golden Boots cards
8.15am for an 8.30am(sharp) commencement.
Belair Railway Station, Sheoak Road, Belair.
Some steep climbs & descents which can be very slippery if wet. Two busy road crossings.
Good quality footwear & clothing, raincoat, hat, sunscreen, walking poles, morning tea and at least 2 litres of water( more if weather is warm).
Event created: 12:01pm Thursday 18 October, 2018 Event last edited: 5:27pm Thursday 8 August, 2019
The Friends of the Heysen Trail is the primary partner in maintaining the Heysen Trail. A regular walking program occurs year-wide, with different grades of walks catering for beginners to experienced walkers.
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Heysen Trail extends from Cape Jervis, on the Fleurieu Peninsula, to Parachilna Gorge, in the Flinders Ranges, traversing coastal areas, native bushland, rugged gorges, pine forests, vineyards, rich farmland and historic towns, catering for both the serious backpacker hiking the entire trail and for walkers doing day walks along shorter sections. More about the Heysen Trail.