bells rapids/walyunga national park

heading out to the above tomorrow morning to do a bit of exploring and wondering if anyone knows of any decent trails in the area.

cheers

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Theres heaps of walk trails

Theres heaps of walk trails on the north side heading east and on the southside is the railways service road that runs high off the river. But I do recommend doing this strecth in a power dinghy during the Avon descent. Beware of walkers and dogs on the north side trails and dont leave anything in your car in the car park as there are heaps of breakins due to vulnerabilty.

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Ricos 5 wrote:

Theres heaps of walk trails on the north side heading east and on the southside is the railways service road that runs high off the river. But I do recommend doing this strecth in a power dinghy during the Avon descent. .

I was thinking the same thing. It's probably a good time to walk the river and find lost boats, paddles and bodies left over from the Avon Descent.

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you may attract some dirty looks from walkers in that area

much like eagles and other parts of john forrest the walkers can become a little indignant of us..

nice place for a hike

dont plan

on terrorising the place....more just keen to get out and explore something a bit different

If thats the case then you

If thats the case then you should be able to ride up to sids rapids on the north side and all the way to emu falls and maybe championships raids on the south. for any further info just pm me as i know the area well after 4 avons and waiting in walyunga national park after cut off.