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Monday, August 14, 2006

Exploring Red Rock - Mt. Cole State Park



The Red Rock is a massive geological outcrop on the western edge of Ben Nevis, in the Mt. Cole State Park, western Victoria, 180 km fom Melbourne.

At 770 metres, there is a vertical drop of some 300 metres to the valley floor, and it's a favourite launch site for hang-gliders.

The views are superb!

The photos were taken on August 12, 2006, on a trip which included our 1.5 km (return) hike along the Red Rock Track, some explorations of walking tracks in the area, a stop at the Victoria Mill Picnic Reserve, dirt road navigation, watching the launch of the hang-gliders, and a short walk along the Ben Nevis Summit (880 m altitude).

The photo album is at


http://worldisround.com/articles/309139/index.html

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HIKING AND BUSHWALKING IN VICTORIA

This is a new Facebook Group, administered by Bob Padula, OAM, of Mont Albert, in Melbourne's east, the author of the free "Internet Guide to Short Walks in Victoria".

This on-line free Group is for sharing of stories, images, audios/videos and resources from members, describing their trips (or planned visits) to the tracks, trails, lakes, hills, rivers, lagoons, billabongs, coasts, peaks, valleys and mountains in Victoria, Australia.

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