The river was sometimes bubbly, rocky and narrow, and sometimes still, reflective and deep. There were picturesque views from the two bridges that crossed it. A curly white goat joined us at Apex Park for morning tea. The path continued past the old Big Tree, the Phoenix Tree and under trees beginning to show autumn colours. We lunched at a park in central Myrtleford and then walked back to the cars and afternoon tea.
Coming Walk - 9th May – Beechworth Autumn Leaves – may include Ingram’s Rock Areas
I am hoping to park the cars at the Powder Magazine area and walk to One Tree Hill, Ingram’s Rock, Fiddies Quarry, the Precipice and up the Cascades to the cars. Some climbing is required. We will leave the Barkly Street Car Park at 9.00am. Please ring 5762 1980.