|Cascade Trail made for pretty easy walking along the AAWT today.|
|Tin Mine Huts were all quiet when I left this morning.|
|Looking down over the Ingeegoodbee River this morning the weather didn't look great.|
|There are a few nice little creeks crossing Cascade Trail nearing Cascade Hut.|
|Whoohoo, blue sky!|
I walked 16 kilometres today and climbed 450 metres on what was probably a medium grade day on the AAWT. On the 28 days of my AAWT walk so far I’d walked 475 kilometres and climbed 22,005 metres. Water today was available in a couple of spots along Cascade Trail in the last few kilometres before I arrived at Cascade Hut. Camping would be possible in quite a few spots today, but Cascade Hut is the pick from what I saw. Water for camp at Cascade Hut is from Cascade Creek 100 metres or so from the hut, down in the valley. There was no navigational difficulties today and there was no mobile signal, although with all the rain around I didn’t try the phone until I got the tent up at Cascade Hut. I was using John Chapman’s notes and maps along with Rooftop’s Corryong-Omeo-Thredbo Adventure Map for an overview.
AAWT, Previous day, November 2017.
|My camp at Cascade Hut.|
|Cascade Creek flows down that valley.|