|The rustic Four Mile Hut, I had one of my best nights on the AAWT here tonight.|
|Leaving Happys Hut this morning things conditions were looking a little ominous. The AAWT runs along the ridge line in the distance, but the direct route up is a bit of a scrub bash.|
|Crossing back over Happy Jacks Plain I got my last look at the distant Mt Jagungal.|
|Heading back towards Tabletop Trail this morning along the grassy Happys Hut Trail.|
|With lightning flashing around me I was more than a little concerned...|
|Dropping down to cross Nine Mile Creek, there is some good camping here.|
|There is a clear well marked track over to Four Mile Hut now days.|
I walked 20 kilometres today and climbed around 470 metres on what was another hard day on the AAWT. After 34 walking days so far on the AAWT I’ve walked 606 kilometres and climbed 25,395 metres. Like a lot of the NSW sections on the AAWT there were no real problems with navigation, finding water or camping spots today, probably the best spots for camping and water are either Nine Mile Creek or dropping down to Four Mile Creek like I did. I got a Telstra mobile signal at the intersection of Tabletop Trail and the pad down to Four Mile Hut, I also got a signal from the top of the spur between the two arms of Four Mile Creek above the hut. I used John Daly’s and Chapman’s notes for this section along with Rooftop’s Kosciuszko National Park Forest Activities Map Jindabyne -Khancoban map.