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Walking Poles

Walking Poles

THE BENEFITS OF BUSHWALKING WITH TREKKING POLES You’d be mad not to use hiking poles. Walking poles help uphill and downhill, ...
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CHOOSING ROCK CLIMBING SHOES

CHOOSING ROCK CLIMBING SHOES

More aggressively downturned shoes tend to lend themselves better to steep terrain where your foot is grabbing the holds and pulling you in to the wall. Flatter shoes are better on slabs, cracks and anywhere you need to be in the shoes for long periods.
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MALLACOOTA TRIP REVIEW

MALLACOOTA TRIP REVIEW

Next Day we enjoyed exploring the beauty of Jan Spiers Beach and exploring the sea caves before making our way to camp at Merrica River.  Whilst Merrica River offers a menu of Wonboyn oysters it also had a resident tiger snake basking in the sun.
LITTLE RIVER GORGE TRIP REVIEW

LITTLE RIVER GORGE TRIP REVIEW

The multi-day trip is a combination of outstanding remote canyoning, rock hopping and hiking through the deepest gorge in Victoria. The only way out once you’re in the gorge is to keep going, with little chance of escape up the sides, as the walls of the gorge are hundreds of metres high.