I’ve updated the walk descriptions for the two walks in the Grindelwald area in Switzerland to include scanned copies of relevant maps. I’ve also substantially re-written the Mt Feathertop – Razorback walk description and added some new photos from a walk there in late December.
The new year resolution for this blog is to update on a more consistent schedule – I’m aiming for weekly updates, to be done on the weekend.
For a change the lack of posts in the last week or so is due to me being too busy walking, rather than working. Just returned from a superb weekend hike down at Wilsons Prom, and visited Cathedral Range last week. Walk descriptions to be added soon.
Did the Melbourne half-marathon this morning. Beautiful weather, and the new course which finished with a lap of the MCG was great, but I’m now too tired to do anything other than to slump in front of the telly and put a DVD on. More updates to this site later in the week.
I’ve been playing around with google maps to see if there is an easy way to show routes. For the moment I’ve tried using Gmaps Pedometer and Google’s own My Maps feature, which allows you to embed maps – see the updated Mt. Feathertop and Mt. Bogong posts.
I’ve been a keen bushwalker for 20 years. With the explosion in the number of blogs on the ‘net it seemed an apposite time to add my small contribution. This site is for all those who enjoy exploring the world on foot, and will concentrate on those areas I know well – currently the North East of Victoria in Australia and the Peak and Lake Districts in England.