Couldn't find the trail leading away from the East Cloudy Head track. Nor indications for it. Unfortunately, I would have loved to see the crag because the area is stunning. Well worth the walk though anyway. Wearing long trousers would make it even more pleasant.
ahhh,thanks for the feedback Jeroen, and sorry you didn't make it there. Yes long strides are a good idea. I'll add GPS points to the description, and if you ( or anyone else) want to go out there, I'm happy to show you the way until I get the GPS happening, give me a ring - 0420535664.
Ben I added a GPS widget to the top of the guide, for the time being you can drop points on the map if you can work out where they should go, while you get the accurate GPS points.
Hey Ben, we went there this weekend. The weather wasn't good for climbing but we found the path and the access gully (next to a small orange chossy wall) but not the fixed handline...I've saved the whole track from the campground to that point with a GPS and I can send you the file if you want to extract some waypoints from it. If you prefer I can do it myself and add them at the top of this page. PS: The orange plastic tapes are easily destroyed by the weather and we found plastic pieces all around the way down. Some kind of tag or non-plastic tapes would be a better option in my opinion.
Hi Joan if you can attach the track as a GPX file (Tools -> Attachments), or put it elsewhere, I can import the whole track which would be good.
And done. Cheers.
The description seems to be a bit cloudy Ben..
Thanks for the feedback Joan - and for sending the GPS stuff to Jon - and thanks Jon for adding it to the Cloudy page. From your description Joan, it seems like you just needed to keep heading down a bit to get to the handline - but I guess I had better mark that more clearly. As for the orange plastic fragments, I agree!! Anybody know where I can get some more durable tags/tape???
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