AAWT between Walhalla, Howitt and Hotham

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Re: AAWT between Walhalla, Howitt and Hotham

Postby paidal_chalne_vala » Sun 28 Feb, 2021 6:30 pm

28/2/21
Water was flowing near the Talbot hut ruins and there were a couple of logs down on the AAWT near the Talbot peak trig point area on the AAWT. The Lower section of the track between the Mt. Erica car park and Mushroom rocks needs a hair cut . The Friends of Baw Baw and BTAC have this on their track clearing list of activities to be completed.
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Re: AAWT between Walhalla, Howitt and Hotham

Postby badd0g » Sun 16 May, 2021 7:05 pm

Jamieson-Licola Rd under about 20cm of snow this weekend above about 1400m. Lots of 4wds around and the last 3kms up to Mt Skene pretty chewed up. Was iced over this morning after a -4 night. Good chance Mansfield shire will close it early again if temps stay low and any more snow falls I reckon.
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Re: AAWT between Walhalla, Howitt and Hotham

Postby ianhopkins » Thu 25 Nov, 2021 5:45 pm

Currently a good amount of water in the creek/gully at Viking Saddle as described by Chapman in the guidebook, I imagine it will be flowing a bit longer after this deluge. There is a distinct pad that you follow for about 200m that leads right to it. Not sure how long into summer it will last but is there for now
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