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Sunday 29 November 2020
9:00am - 3:00pm
Little River Rd, Taggerty VIC 3714, Australia
Cathedral Range State Park.
Rising steeply from the plains north of Melbourne, the Cathedral Ranges are a prominent sight when travelling north. Visualise sitting atop the peak, gazing out over Victoria’s mountain ranges and feeling euphoric at having made the ascent. This can be you!
After a long steady uphill start, the track turns into a sensational walk up the side of the ranges to Mt Cathedral involving some exposed climbing and very steep ascents. You then carefully make your way along the challenging and rewarding razorback. This very technical track has a few tricky sections where we will be there to lend a hand, plus consistent technical walking. After a yummy healthy lunch and magnificent scenery we start the highly stepped descent back to river level before the flat walk back to the start. You’ll be feeling inspired and proud of your achievements after this exhilarating day out.
This is a GRADE 5 walk.
This is your opportunity to use that fitness. Make this your goal and we’ll help you achieve it. Challenge yourself and bring your fitness to life!
- Full catering, including all dietary needs
- Healthy Snacks
- Professional wilderness guide/s,
- Encouragement & support
Does not include
- Transport to the ranges
- Items of a personal nature
- Travel Insurance
What to Expect
This is a sensational walk along the challenging and rewarding razorback, plus you get to enjoy a yummy healthy lunch perched on a cliff edge while gazing at the scenery. You’ll be feeling inspired and proud of your achievements as we make our steady descent and follow the river back to our start point.
This GRADE 4 walk involves a significant amount of technical walking and requires a little more agility and stability. It is approximately 14km in length and has some uphill steps and steep downhill sections.
What to bring
- Large drink bottle, or two normal drink bottles on a hot day.
- A small backpack
- Medication, camera etc
- Hat, or beanie
- Sturdy walking boots or trail shoes or runners.
- Walking clothes, we generally recommend shorts or light pants with layers for your upper body.