Cowan to Berowra via Mt Kuring-Gai (33km, some night hiking)
Start of Cowan, walk to Berowra, then Berowra walk to Mt Kuring-Gai via berowra Track then back to berowra via Lyrebird Gully Track (most likely in the dark :D)
Mt K’ng-Gai – Spit Bridge|Oxfam section 3-8|65km
This is part of Oxfam sections 3-8. This is generally considered the easier part, with most of the climbing completed in the first 3 sections, although we will start slightly before section 3 for easy access.
Brooklyn to St Ives (parts of oxfam section 1-4) 46km
This is part of Oxfam Section 1-4 (and the more challenging side). If you are doing Oxfam, this is a good training section. We will also walk over 10km in the dark (the section
Mt Kuring-Gai to Roseville Station (parts of oxfam 3,4 & 5 – 38km, elev 1100m)
This is part of Oxfam Section 3,4 & 5. This is easier than the Brooklyn to Mt Kuring-gai walk I hosted on the 21st of Feb. This walk has a less elevation
Brooklyn to Mt Kuring-Gai (33km)
Lots of up and downs. This is part of Oxfam section 1,2 & 3 and one of my favourite hikes in Mt Kuring-Gai National Park!
Mt Kuring-Gai to Cowan (20km)
Roseville to Mt Kuring-Gai (32km)
This will be an exploratory walk. Exploring the sprawling bushland surrounding Roseville up through Kuring-Gai Chase National Park. We will be following a number
Mount Kuring-Gai to Wahroonga via Berowra (31km)
Starting at Mount Kuring-gai, we will take the Lyrebird track (west side) and should arrive at Berowra around 10:45am. We will take a quick short morning tea break
Mount Kuring-gai to Hornsby (24km)
Starting from Mount-Kuring-gai , we will descent through lyrebird gully track, after an hour or so, we will reach crosslands campground. From here we”ll walk
Brooklyn to Berowra (27km)
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Hi everyone! I'm William Chow, 27 year old hiker from Sydney, Australia. One of my many passion is hiking, trail running, camping, star gazing and exploring the outdoors so thanks for stopping by. Since I go hiking/bushwalking almost every weekend (and multi day hikes now and then when time allows), I decided to dedicate a site (seperate from my personal blogging site) to share my adventures on every walk I do, and I hope you feel my passion in my blog enough to do some walks yourself!
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