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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Kurth Kiln Park - Possum Track in Spring

The Possum Track is in the north-west section of the Kurth Kiln Park, 70 km east of Melbourne. It links Beenak Rd and Monkhouse Track, and follows the beautiful ferns in the Possum Creek Gully.

A large lake, surrounded by tall forest, was discovered at the northern end of the track!

I hiked this Tk, 4 km return, on September 14, 2009, with some sections being thick red mud, after the recent rains!

The highest altitude reached on the Tk was 278 m - the lowest was 222 m.

It is not far from the historic Kiln.

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:52 PM

    Hi there. After three days at Kirth Kiln I found it very interesting with the changing conditions of the tracks. I was traveling with a friend of mine who is a member of the FRIENDS OF KIRTH KILN.
    I definetly going back there. Brian.