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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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I was talking about live posts that disappeared after being posted due to the server problem. In any case, you can re-post it again and there is no harm done.

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Date Registered: 09-2008
Location: Gippsland
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Yes will do at a later date, as I had some pictures and such embedded.

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Firstly if these images are too big, let me know and they can be resized.

I have a route of a proposed trip. I am familiar with most of the roads as I "shortcut" via them regularly.

I'm looking for a couple of people to assist with my assessment of this route, if anyone is interested.

The trip would cover a wide range of terrain, from low lying sandy areas to mountainous forrested land, with a couple of sealed sections to avoid the level 5 areas.

there is one section added to make this a round trip that I have yet to scout and assess, but all up the trip could be rated as 1 or 2 and covers around 180km, with a stop off at Mt Tassie, and Tara Bulga nat park.

Depending on how long this track takes to traverse, it may require an overnight camp, in which case there is provision for such an event about 70km along. However this would depend greatly on the conditions at the time.

The below link is an approximate route, given the limitations of google maps. (apologies for the size of the link)

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Link is too huge to list here, pm or email me for it.

A few pics of the more forrested areas and of Mt tassie are included. Keep in mind the weather was rather poor at the time, so you can't get a good view.


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