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Friday, July 10, 2015

2015 Roadtrip - Cania Gorge


From Seaforth we headed inland for a change of scenery. Cania Gorge was the destination. Once set up we got a fire going and started planning which trails we would tackle in the morning.

After a hearty breakfast of bacon and eggs we packed our backpacks with water and snacks and headed off. We soon found out that the National Park signage was not very accurate when it came to distances. A 900m path was more like a 1.5k walk. Not to be deterred we pushed on and found ourselves in some amazing rock formations. All up we walked about 9k's - about 3k's more than the signage would have led us believe.


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Exploring the bush

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Team Bray - Cania Gorge

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Madi and Lauren

It was a long way up


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There was a dark cave under there

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Lauren

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Teambray Hugs


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In one of the caves

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Big Foot


After the first day of walking approximately 9k's we we going to attempt another walk the next day. We didn't get far - our legs told us that thye needed a rest so we headed back to camp and relaxed by the fire. We all voted to head home a day early.

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