|It was still a little grey as I set off climbing past the rest of Mushroom Rocks this morning.|
|Heading down to Talbot Hut Site.|
|I got a few glimpses of snow speckled Mt Baw Baw through the Snow Gums.|
|The headwaters of North Cascade Creek.|
|These yellow triangles are the current AAWT markers...I still think the old diamond ones are better though.|
|Shuffling up through the wet snow on my way over to Mt Whitelaw Hut Site.|
I walked 19 kilometres today and climbed 750 metres on another hard days walking. The stats for the AAWT so far are 42 kilometres and 1925 metres of ascent over the two days. Water was available at many spots over the Mt Baw Baw plateau once I left the old Talbot Hut Site. Camping is also available at many spots. I got a Telstra mobile signal at Mt Saint Gwinear. John Chapman supplied maps and notes of choice but I also carried Rooftop’s Walhalla - Woods Point Adventure Map in case I needed a bigger over view as well as my GPS topo maps.