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Namadgi National Park - Stockyard Spur Walking Track

The Stockyard Spur walking track starts from the car park at Corin Dam and immediately starts a steep climb for the first 2km or so in a westerly direction before flattening out and reaching the junction with Mount Franklin Road. The track has been recently renovated with added steps as well as a new signage warning that it is steep – thanks, I learned that the hard way on my first visit years ago! The track has become easier to follow now but no less taxing on one’s leg muscles and knees on the way back down. The spot in this photo is one of a few areas in the steep parts of the track that briefly goes flat – and you can sit down (if you need to).

Copyright: Unkle Kennykoala
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 26/01/2014
Uploaded: 28/01/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015


Tags: australia; act; namadgi national park; evening; summer; 2014
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