|Looking north east, from the open slopes of Mt Kerang.|
|I started the walk from this old dam.|
|On meeting an old fence line I headed off piste up the side of Mt Kerang (the fence line now marks the Bush Heritage property).|
|It's not exactly wilderness up here.|
|Wandering back down I followed the telecommunication tower access track for awhile, before dropping off the side of the mountain off piste again.|
|The descent was as pleasant as the climb had been.|
I walked around 7 kilometres and climbed around 200 metres on this easy walk. I originally found out about this walk from one of Mr Tyrone Thomas’ old books, the seventh edition of 120 Walks in Victoria, this edition of the book dates back to 2000 and is out of print now. As I’ve already mentioned whilst doing a bit of google research before writing this walk up, I discovered that Bush Heritage Australia now own and manage a fair chunk of this walk, so if anyone wants to head up to Mr Kerang they will need permission from them. Probably a better option if you are in the area and want to camp or do a bit of walking would be to make the short journey over to Kooyoora State Park.
Kooyoora State Park, 2016.
Moliagul, Moliagul Historic & Cultural Features Reserve, 2017.