Tangling with Toolangi - Yarra Glen to Yea Rock
New Date and time: Sunday 16th May 2021, 9:00am – 4.00pm
Location: Yarra Glen - Toolangi State Forest - Narbethong
Description: We will start in Yarra Glen and make our way via some 4WD tracks to Toolangi State Forest. We'll stop at Wirrawilla rainforest walk for morning tea and to explore the boardwalks into the remnant Gondawanan rainforest.
From Wirrawilla we'll head North and East through Toolangi State Forest tracks working our way up via some more challenging tracks to Yea Rock, breaking for lunch on the way or when we get there.
From Yea Rock, after admiring the view we'll wend our way out of Toolangi and the plantations to Narbethong, potentially for some refreshments before heading home via the Black Spur.
Weather: Always unpredictable and can be cold and wet at this time of year so bring appropriate clothing, food and water.
Equipment: Standard 4WD’s and with rated recovery points front and rear.
Drivers should ideally have completed the RRCV club training. Vehicles must be UHF radio equipped (or one borrowed from the club). Standard recovery gear including dampener, rated snatch strap and shackles must be carried.
No camper trailers, pets, or firearms
Trip Standard: Medium. Most of the tracks are rated easy or medium but there are more challenging tracks around Yea Rock. Expect a few steep challenging sections and possibly some boggy sections.
Fuel: Full tank ex Melbourne. Fuel available in Yarra Glen
Duration: 1 day
Convoy limit: 10 vehicles
Meeting Arrangements: We will meet in the car park outside the McKenzie Reserve. There are bakeries nearby supplying coffee and food.
We will hold a trip briefing at 8.45am and depart at 9am sharp so please arrive a little earlier.
Please bring your completed personal details forms.
We aim to finish around 4pm.
Trip Leader: Sherry Mayo and Mark Bown 0439009663 / 0437251645