Chittering Valley Orange Trees
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Chittering Valley Orange Trees

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Chittering Valley has quite a lot to offer, but you need to know what you are looking for and where to look. There are many walk trails in the hills, but it's very hard to find any information about them (if there are any at all).

This place here - although going right through private property, is (believe or not) a well marked trail - that is if you know that the white stakes mark the trail not the rows of the orange trees in the orchard. At first I was bit hesitant to enter the property - especially when I saw a shotgun shells laying here and there on the ground, but after speaking to neighbours I was ensured that it is ok to go and I wouldn't be shot in my back ;)

Nevertheless I decided not to pick any oranges...

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