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Wungong Gorge Loop

Event

Title:
Wungong Gorge Loop
When:
Sun, 17. July 2022, 09:00 h - 16:00 h
Where:
Armadale - Armadale, WA
Category:
Medium/Hard Walk

Description

A medium to hard walk of 13 km starting near Wungong Dam. We walk westwards then loop back to the starting point. There are two steep ascents , two steep descents and a little creek to cross. At the start point there are toilets and picnic tables. There is no entry fee. Please bring your morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and drinking water.

Members and Visitors who are proposing to attend this walk are reminded that in accordance with the Club’s COVID-19 vaccination policy they may only participate if they have proof that they have been double vaccinated.

Contact information

Name:
Fernando D
Telephone:
0404 896 655


Venue

Location:
Armadale
Street:
Commerce Avenue
ZIP:
6112
City:
Armadale
State:
WA
Country:
Australia

Description

Armadale Railway Station - near the entrance of the northern carpark.

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Walk Grading

 

Grading
Easy
Medium
Medium/Hard
Hard
Distance >10 km >15 km 15-18 km 18-20+ km
Gradient Flat Gentle hills Short steep hills Steep hills
Track Quality Well formed Formed track

Formed and some

off track

 
Experience Some walking Some bushwalking Some bushwalking

Experienced

bushwalker

Walking Time 2-3 hours >4 hours >5 hours >6 hours
Type of Walk Half day Half to full day Full day

Full day or

overnight

         

 

THIS IS A GUIDE ONLY Walkers are responsible for their own ability to complete a walk.

FOR LEADERS If in doubt you should over rate to avoid attracting walkers who are not capable of completing the event. A GPS or Smart phone can help determine the cumulative elevation of the walk. There are excellent free apps available which allow you to record a prewalk or to download walks from other web sites like www.walkgps.com.au.