‘Garibaldi Miners’ – WALKNG TRAIL Wedderburn – Omakau with Sandra Cain

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Trail Boss: Sandra Cain   Phone:   03 488 1033       Email: walkingtrail@xtra.co.nz

Duration: 4 days Meet: Tuesday 28th   February      Limit: 50



This year our trail will make its way through remote country which represents Central Otago back country at its very best.

We gather at our Woolshed on Tuesday afternoon.

Your 4 day trail is going to lead you from Wedderburn and takes us down the White Sow Valley and onto the tops of the North Rough Ridge with panoramic views of the Maniototo. Skirting the Garibaldi Diggings through interesting rock formations that make up the Rough Ridge on down to the Patearoa Valley.

A hill. Yes, but awesome views of the Ida Valley and beyond to our last woolshed in the Poolburn area. On Saturday morning we make our way to Omakau for the grand parade at noon.

Our trail as always is about the country side and our walkers, it will be a fun trip through an amazing landscape  with a group of wonderful people.

A high standard of tramping fitness is required, as most days involve 6-7 hours tramping over varied terrain. Our backup team will transport your gear, but walkers will need to carry a daypack containing personal effects. Caterers will provide our meals and accommodation will be in woolsheds.

A safe parking area is available for those wishing to leave their cars at Omakau A bus will leave Omakau on Tuesday afternoon and take you to our woolshed where our trail begins.

This is a non smoking trail.

So! Register, get yourself fit and come and join us, we look forward to your company.


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