The Golden Way Castlemaine to Daylesford
Date and time: Sunday 23 May
Description: Because of popularity, this is the reverse trip to the one lead by Ken A. This trip follows the Robert Pepper Trek 10 from Castlemaine to Daylesford. The trek winds north through the Hepburn Regional Park, Castlemaine Diggings and beautiful forests and parks. If time permits there is an optional 2Km walk through the diggings that we may try out.
Weather: May in country Vic – what more can you say? Could be anything, but probably cool – cold.
Equipment: good tyres (All Terrain preferred), UHF radio (or one borrowed from the club), a well-maintained vehicle with low range (or equivalent), good ground clearance (200mm recommended as a minimum), Usual recovery gear.
Simple, “on the move” lunches and morning teas (byo thermos), drinking water.
Trip Standard: Easy/Medium - some steep, low-range hill climbs and some rocky tracks! Most of the trek is easy but there are a number of hills and muddy sections that require low range
Fuel: a full tank ex Melbourne should suffice
Distance: Approx. distance from Melb is 140 Km to start. Trek distance is 75Km.
Duration: 1 day
Convoy limit: 10 vehicles
Meeting arrangements: We plan to meet in the main street of Castlemain (location to be advised) and depart at 9.00am sharp. If you plan to get coffee beforehand then you will need to arrive a little earlier. We will aim to finish mid afternoon in Castlemaine
Trip Leaders: Graeme & Lyn Carter. m = 0400 195 932. e = email@example.com