This walk is 13km south of Dwellingup, and the walk is an 18km loop so it means an early start. It’s time for adventure! Bring your fun on a trail walk at Lane Pool Reserve by the Nanga Mill Campground. The trail is 18km long as a loop. This will take around 4.5 hours depending on your fitness. We’ll start at the Nanga Mill Campsite. Meet by 7:45am, start walking at 8:00am.
Please check out http://www.dwellingupwa.com.au/maps-trails/king-jarrah-lane-poole-walk-trail for more information on the trail.
This is a group event. Everyone is welcome provided you bring a smile. The group starts together but once on the trail you can walk at whatever speed you wish. As this is a long trail we’ll group back together a couple of times along the trail. There is plenty of time to take photos, talk to old friends or new friends, and enjoy the walk. You need to have all your own gear, and should have: sturdy shoes, drinking water, packed lunch, sun cream and protection, rain coats for wet days, and a whatzit (a whatzit is something unusual you wear to help start a conversation with someone new). Walks will proceed in any weather except during cyclones and bushfires.
Directions: 1. You can pay park entry at the Lane Poole Reserve ranger station on Nanga Road (Before the one lane bridge) but don’t park there because the Nanga Campground is 5km down the road. 2. Turn left at the big sign for Nanga Campground and swing left part the Tree adventure place. 3. Park at the information sign just past the Tree Adventure place by the small ranger kiosk because further in the parking is mostly for camp sites. 4. We’ll meet there https://www.google.com/maps/place/King+Jarrah+Track/ . 5. The walk starts about 400m along the campground road by the green boot symbol. We’ll go in there and walk anticlockwise around the trail.
* If you want to camp the night before (or after) with Meetup buddies, contact me and I’ll setup a Meetup event.
**If you choose to attend this walk, you are doing so as an independent person, and have researched and prepared yourself for your own safety and comfort. The host will be participating with you but will not be leading, guiding or instructing you apart from information of a general nature. For the purpose of this Meetup, the host will be considered a member of the “Meetup parties”, as defined in the Meetup Terms and Conditions, providing the same release of liability and waivers.
***If you bring a guest, by their attendance they agree to be bound by the Meetup Terms and Conditions and the above terms, irrespective of whether they are a direct member of Meetup or not.