Followed the breath of Spring, here we came to Cowan and started this 13Km walk! Wandered around Cowan Creek, we saw beautiful unknown flowers and clean water.
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I guess Joe might mistakenly get lost and come to our hiking group. Otherwise, some BBQ eater group or seafood grourmet gangster should be his dream destiny!
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I would say it a feast, a party, not a hiking activity! Guys were screaming when they saw wine, beers, cheesecake, chocolate, battercake… popcorn (excuse me?) magically jumped onto the table! Some people intended to losing weight, sorry to let you down.
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Mount Keira has a beautiful lookout on the top of its summit. Standing there, the whole Wollongong city will be in your eyes. What would you find if climbing the mount via a track route?
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This is one of the most beautiful city hiking routes in Sydney, here we came the second time! We caught up the bus from Wynyard Station and headed to The Spit Bridge, then started our trip.
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Mount bank is one of my favorite scenery points in the Blue Mountains area. You will see a soul-stirring panorama image when you stand beside the cliff!
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Stand at the West Head Lookout, you will see the beautiful landscape of Palm Beach. So quiet and peaceful, on the top of the small hill, sits the Barrenjoey Lighthouse…
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It supposed to be a 7Km garden hiking experience, however eventually because of the unpredictable route closure, it turned out to be a 3Km picnic journey…
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This might be the most expensive dwelling area in Sydney, from Watsons Bay to Bondi. The landscape is unbeatable when you watch the boundless ocean.
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This is one of the flag activities led by Cai Le Le. 16 members went to Kosciuszko and sleep upon the ice and snow! An unforgettable experience for a once in a lifetime event!
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Kuring-Gai is deemed as the lung of Sydney. It might be true when you see the frondent forests in this area!
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Beyond the Mountain and Sea, from Stanwell Park to Austinmer. This is a magnificent mountain track route which brought a great experience to the participants.
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There are a lot of beautiful but unknown track routes in the area of Heathcote National Park. This time we picked a 12Km+- route to explore the local forest.
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