Trails for 2012

For full details click on the trail below.

To download a registration form click here.

To download a registration booklet click here. (The information in the booklet is the same as when you click on these trails below.)

Chris Bayne(Trail is now full) Tussock Creek light wagons – maximum of 70. Starting in the vicinity of Mossburn – Garston – Nevis – Bannockburn

Tony Cumberbeach – Speight’s heavy wagons – maximum of 55. Starting from Cattle Flat – Nokomai – Nevis – Bannockburn

Stu Moore – Riding – maximum of 80. Starting from Roxburgh – Nevis – Bannockburn

Alastair Gibson (Trail is now full)– Riding – maximum of 70 Starting from Omarama – Lindis – Queensberry – Mt. Pisa

Jane Whitmore – Riding –  maximum of 70. (taking over from Steve Vickers who took over from Winston Parks) Arrowtown – Macetown day trip – Waitiri Station – Lowburn

Gandy Burrows and April Hill  (instead of Alice Stewart next year) Speight’s Pack Horse Traverse maximum of 30. Starting from Lindis – St. Bathans – Matakanui – Clyde – Bannockburn

Tony Roderique – Riding – maximum of 70. 3 days at Matakanui followed by 3 days in Bannockburn

Murray MacMillan and Edgar Parcel (Trail is now full)(Out of retirement again) Riding – maximum of 25. Greenstone, Mt. Nicolas, Cecil Peak, barge to Staircase Creek, Lochlinnie, Nevis, Bannockburn

Sandra Cain(Trail is now full) Walking – maximum of 50. Starting near Roxburgh – Knobby range – Alex – Earnscleugh – Bannockburn

Matthew Sole – Walking – maximum of 40. Starting at Oturehua – Blackstone Hill – Becks – Thompsons Gorge – Bendigo

Peter Dymock(Trail is now full)Walking – maximum of 12. Starting near Garston – Blue lakes – Garvies – Patterson Hutt – Bannockburn

Morley Williams – Walking – maximum of 30. Based at the Bannockburn School Camp – 3 individual day-walks: Northburn Station, Cairnmure Station and Pipe Clay Gulley.

Special new trail for the keen of spirit but less athletically able – sharing accommodation at the Bannockburn school camp and caterers with Morley Williams’ day walkers. Bruce McMillan will be leading 4WD excursions around Bannockburn, Nevis and Bendigo to check out the outstanding gold mining heritage areas close to Cromwell.

The shirts for Cromwell 2012 - going back to basic's $35
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35 thoughts on “Trails for 2012”

  1. Hey, am really keen to do one of the riding trails next year and so are two of my friends. Can you keep us up to date and send registration details??

    1. Have added your email to our database – expect an up-date email next week. (Meeting with trail bosses and host town this weekend)

  2. hi terry have down loaded the reg form so will get rob to fill it asap I sounds like alistar is coming to will get him organised too. cheers robyn

  3. Could you please add me to your database for the 2012 Heavy Wagon Trail as a rider. Haven’t ridden for a couple of years but done plenty of trekking before that. This will be my first Goldfields Cavalcade (hopefully). Many thanks!

      1. All done, membership paid. Wondering if hubby needs to be included as family for him to be my backup and join us at the night camps.
        Marg

  4. Hi,

    Could you let me know which ones of the potential trails are walking trails. Also, could you please add me to the mailing list.

    1. You are now on the list – I’ll go back and amend the website so those trails are clearly detailed between walking and riding/wagons…

  5. What are the dates plz for Tony Roderiques Trail plz . what date do they meet up and what date is the final parade day plz ?

  6. Hi there,
    I have just had a look at your preliminary dates for next years (2012) cavalcade and I’m wondering if it is too soon to be able to give me any idea on the dates the walking trails would begin.

    1. Hi Judy I believe the walking trails will all meet up on the Tue 21st. First day walking on the Wed.

    1. I’ll add your email to our database and keep you up-to-date with progress. Registration forms come out early November.

      1. You’re on the list – email will be coming out in the next couple of weeks.

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