Cathedral Range & Rubicon Valley

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Cathedral Range & Rubicon Valley

Postby adventureon » Mon 06 Sep, 2021 7:13 pm

Hi all!
I'm a long time browser but this is my first post :D

I recently put together a film where we explored some hikes in the Cathedral Range and Rubicon Valley area. We were happy to have squeezed this trip in before lockdown, hopefully it can help a few plan their future trips. It was an awesome time soaking in the beauty of the high country, what a place we live in!

First hike was Sugarloaf Peak via Wells Cave and Canyon Track ... nyon-track

Second was the Rubicon Aqueduct Circuit ... ay-circuit

Happy travels
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Re: Cathedral Range & Rubicon Valley

Postby Hiking Exped » Thu 28 Oct, 2021 6:45 am

Excellent video, very impressive.

I know this region well, and regularly hike on Cathedral when I can, but you have certainly captured the Rubicon region well in your snazzy video. The use of the drone is brilliant.

Look forward to seeing more videos on your next adventures
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Re: Cathedral Range & Rubicon Valley

Postby Tortoise » Thu 28 Oct, 2021 4:15 pm

Welcome, Adventureon, and thanks for an excellent first post!
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