Warmer weather, wild flowers and still good friction – what better reason is there to visit Mt Arapiles in late Spring? Well, the opportunity to help for an hour or two on the second Cliffcare Central Gully Working Bee is another good reason.
Come along and cruise up the nearby classics and well-worn trade routes in the Organ Pipes in the sun. Or climb something new? Or head up into Central Gully right-hand side for some all day shade.
We will be camping in The Pines, close to the action. There is no better rock to fondle than the hard quartzite of Arapiles, so contact your Trip Leaders, Paula and Steve Toal, to register your interest.
The Cliffcare Working Bee will involve helping on the redevelopment of the Central Gully Walking Track on Saturday morning. Spare an hour or two to move a few rocks down the track so that our Stonemason Walter can continue his work. No uphill trudge required. Meet at the top of Central Gully at 9:30am. Wear closed toe shoes.
Please send through some details about your experience and climbing gear and hopefully we’ll see you there.
Photos: Trip Leaders Paula and Steve Toal; and The Organ Pipes at sunrise.
Not sure if you’re novice, intermediate or advanced? Find your level or contact the trip leader.