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2021 Winter St Gwinear Baw Baw



Larapinta Article






2021 Autumn Great Southern Rail Trail








"The South Coast Track is not just any walk. It is beauty and wildness writ large. It is about challenge, about dire weather, about lashing rains and deep mud, and yes, it is about discomfort." - James McCormack




2020 Summer Buller Peaks



Ruck. Verb. To ruck is to move with a rucksack, and implies action, energy, and purpose.





Winter 2020 Northern Prom circuit




Autumn 2020 -  clean and maintain gear




Spring 2019 Great Vic Rail Trail. Yea to Mansfield


Winter 2019 Klingsporn Snow Shoe Wander



Shakey Knees 





Mt Feathertop, Victoria - snow from west 2004 






“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather”

- John Ruskin






On the couch reading for your consideration







Eagles Peaks 3rd 4th 5th May 2019 - The Autumn Pursuit





Bushwalk Australia Feb 2019






2018 Walls of Jerusalem and beyond  



Bushwalk Australia Magazine October/November Edition

Now available



Hikers Wool NZ




2018 Winter Excursion - Stirling Times


Skier at sunset



Roof of Australia


My Wild Home



My Wild Home from We Are Explorers on Vimeo.






Alpine Huts Photography


Over on FlickR Graeme Butler has published some great photos of classic alpine huts. There's over 1000 images.


Alpine Huts, Victoria National Parks




Wild Swimming


Go to W3Schools!






Rejoicers Pick


"Annie is a weed forager who regularly consumes dandelions, nettles, and blackberries, as well as many edible herbs she's plucked from the streets of her Melbourne neighbourhood.

She’s been foraging for years and thinks she’s healthier, happier and richer as a result.

She has also developed a philosophy of life she calls frugal hedonism.

Annie says she actively rejects many of the expectations of consumer society, but also aims to live a life of pleasure."


Listen to the podcast 









2018 Autumn Ritchies Hut Ramble




Nikadie Rounding Mt Speculation on the Viking Anti-Clockwise


'When the heavy sand is yielding backward from your blistered feet,

And across the distant timber you can see the flowing heat;

When your head is hot and aching, and the shadeless plain is wide,

And it's fifteen miles to water in the scrub the other side –

Don't give up, don't be down-hearted, to a man's strong heart be true!

Take the air in through your nostrils, set your lips and see it through...'


- Henry Lawson









On the Crosscut - DOP Johnson


“Not all men are called to be hermits, but all men need enough silence and solitude in their lives to enable the deep inner voice of their own true self to be heard at least occasionally. When that inner voice is not heard, when man cannot attain to the spiritual peace that comes from being perfectly at one with his true self, his life is always miserable and exhausting. For he cannot go on happily for long unless he is in contact with the springs of spiritual life which are hidden in the depths of his own soul. If man is constantly exiled from his own home, locked out of his own spiritual solitude, he ceases to be a true person. He no longer lives as a man.” —Thomas Merton







Item of interest






"To those who are enthralled by mountains, their wonder is beyond all dispute. 

To those who are not, their allure is a kind of madness."







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