Back from Bib Track

September 25, 2009 at 8:11 am (random things) (, , )

Four days on the Bibulmun Track is over!  We walked just under 60km between Dwellingup and the Harvey-Quindanning Road, we had to carry everything and each carried packs around 15kg.  It was pretty amazing – really hard work (especially some really crazy hills) and it felt pretty gross sweating so much and not having a show for 3 nights!  I think I would do it again.

Start of our hike - luckily the drizzling rain went away after a few hours

Start of our hike - luckily the drizzling rain went away after a few hours

Beautiful forest!

Beautiful forest!

Look good for someone who didn't get to wash much :)

Look good for someone who didn't get to wash much 🙂

Cooking dinner in our Swamp Oak Campsite Kitchen

Cooking dinner in our Swamp Oak Campsite Kitchen

Walking on a flat surface rocks.

Walking on a flat surface rocks.

Beautiful morning

Beautiful morning

Follow the woggles so you don't get too lost

Follow the woggles so you don't get too lost

The top of Yarrigal Form.  Really hard walk up and down this - took us about 1.5 hours and was really gruelling.

The top of Yarrigal Form. Really hard walk up and down this - took us about 1.5 hours and was really gruelling.

Never been so glad to get to a landmark - this bridge marked the end of our hike.

Never been so glad to get to a landmark - this bridge marked the end of our hike.

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2 Comments

  1. Sami said,

    How beautiful!!! Looks like you had an amazing time….it’s such a wonderful accomplishing something so grueling. Good for you!!

  2. Pepper said,

    It looks like a gorgeous trek – hard work though! Glad you survived! 😉

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