‘Overland to Omakau’ – RIDING TRAIL with Malcolm Oakes.

This trail is now full. Please email Terry to see if a place has become available.

Trail Boss: Malcolm Oakes Phone: 021 141 1874

Email: m.t.oakes@xtra.co.nz Duration: 6 days

Meet: Sunday 26th   February             Limit: 70

  CODE COST  
RIDER MOR $745  
BACKUP MOB $716  
VEHICLE FERRY  $60  

Sunday 26th February 2017. Meeting after 3pm on the 26/2/2017 at Mt Dasher Station: located on Dunrobin Road,  Five Forks. Full directions will be given to trail participants closer to the time.

Monday 27th. Heading  to Ben Ledi Station hosted by the Anderson family, expected time of 8hrs. Riding over the head of the water races for the Duntroon gold mining area.

Tuesday 28th. Heading  to Glenshee Station in the Dansey’s Pass hosted by Simon & Gemma Hore, expected time of 8 hrs. High tussock country on the Kakanui Mountains.

Wednesday 1st. Heading  to Wedderburn hosted by the Dowling family,  expected time of 8 hrs. High country in the Mt Buster & Mt Ida vicinity at 5,000 feet weather permitting.

Thursday 2nd. Heading  to Hawkdun Station  hosted by the Cavanagh family, expected time of 8hrs. Will be following the water race to Falls Dam .

Friday 3rd. Heading  to St Bathans hosted by the Glassford family, expected time of 8hrs. The old town of Tinkers and Drybread cemetary

Saturday 4th. Heading  to Omakau Racecourse for cavalcade finale.  Expected time of 2hrs.

Back ups have access to all nights.  One night will be without power.

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