Monday, July 15, 2013

Winter views from Mount Kelly

For anyone interested in organised bushwalking in the ACT I cant praise John Evans highly enough. Out in all weathers and all terrains the information he records of Canberra’s wild places is unmatched. John’s website Johnnyboy’s Walkabout Blog is a wealth of information.

John' most recent excellent adventure was a group conquering the slopes of Mount Kelly in the ACT's south in showers & snow and recording a view from the summit. Mount Kelly is a mountain in Namadgi National Park in the southwest of the Australian Capital Territory. At about 1814m above sea level, Mount Kelly is the second highest mountain in the Australian Capital Territory.

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