Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

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Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

Postby Dexter » Tue 03 Oct, 2023 8:46 pm

I'm not hugely across this one but this walk holds a special place in my heart. It would be a tragedy to see large sections cleared.

https://vnpa.org.au/action/beeripmo/

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Re: Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

Postby Baeng72 » Wed 04 Oct, 2023 10:05 am

Signed. Thanks for bringing attention to this. I want to do this walk with my kid(s) if I can drag them away from their computers/tablets
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Re: Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

Postby Dexter » Wed 04 Oct, 2023 4:50 pm

Baeng72 wrote:Signed. Thanks for bringing attention to this. I want to do this walk with my kid(s) if I can drag them away from their computers/tablets
I hope you get there with the kids. Maybe do it while you still can!

What worries me, is that it's a reasonably unknown area outside of bushwalking circles and could well fly under the radar of a lot of people.


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Re: Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

Postby GregR » Thu 05 Oct, 2023 12:52 pm

Signed. Thanks for bringing attention to this
My thoughts exactly

Very sad!
Lovely place, I was planning another walk there as soon as my current injury heals.
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Re: Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

Postby Biggles » Thu 05 Oct, 2023 3:43 pm

Likely. Interesting.
I have friends in Raglan who have been walking the Mount Cole/Mount Buangor circuits for many years (I referred them to the VNPA campaign page) and they have no knowledge of VicForest activity (past or present), nor have I, also as a frequent visitor in the warmer months. The Beeripmo Walk is enjoyable (all of the walks are!), and could do with a fair amount of surface stabilisation — erosion in places is very noticeable and is worsened by heavy rain events and falling trees in high winds — factors that can affect other walks with high traffic and exposure.
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Re: Beeripmo Walk Clear-Fell

Postby Dexter » Fri 06 Oct, 2023 1:53 pm

The best possible outcome is that the information is false. Hopefully it is, I'm not entirely sure enough people would put up a fight for that area.

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