The Push Bike Trail!

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Trail Boss: Tim Hawkins. 4 Days. Fully Catered and supported. MTB and Eco-Bikes welcome. Ride out by 8am, typically in by 3pm. Good days riding mostly over high country/farm 4WD tracks.

$500 per rider ($30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.)

When do I need to be where? Hawea Domain – (Click here for a map to the meet up point) From 4pm Tuesday 26th February 2019

How hard will the days be? Between 25-40km per day, some days have climbing of 500m, some sections of down hill are a wee bit technical. This is NOT A RACE! You will have some amazing and in places quite challenging riding. Eco Bikes welcome. Most days will have additional options for anyone who wants to ride a bit further.

What can we expect en route? AMAZING VIEWS, interesting gold mining and historic sites/relics, FANTASTIC FOOD, capable leaders, friendly support people and a great bunch of other like minded outdoor nutters! Really bloody hot temperatures! 30 degrees plus. Freezing cold temperatures! -5 degrees maybe colder with the wind chill factor – You can get all sorts of weather in these Central Otago Mountains. At this time of year it is typically warm/hot but southerly storms can blow through (short lived) at any time.

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What do I need to bring? A bike! (We can source rentals if required), spare tubes/repair kit… Helmet, gloves – cycle gloves and a warm pair of gloves. Warm hat or Buff that can be worn under your helmet, various layers of clothing – thermal underwear (legs and tops) t-shirts, fleece/Merino mid weight tops, SEAM SEALED water proof jacket. Toiletries. Couple of changes of undies. Your own plate/cutlery/mug. Sleeping bag and mat.  One large pack per person and your sleeping matt/bag will be transferred for you each day. You will need to ride with a decent day-pack that can carry 2L of water, snacks, jacket, emergency blanket…

Oh and don’t forget your dress-ups for the parade! Items of ‘period’ costume to be brought and left in your car to be changed into before the grand parade 12pm on the Saturday.

Where are we going?

Tuesday 26th Meeting between 4.00 pm and 6.00 pm on the 26 / 02 /2019 at Hawea Domain, Domain Road, Hawea.

Wednesday 27th Heading to the start of the ride at Merivale Station and cycling to Shirlmar Station, expected time of 3 – 5 hrs. There is the possibility of different routes for differing cycle prowess and individual needs.

Thursday 28th Heading to Morven Hills station with an expected time of 5 hrs. Again, an additional route maybe added for those who would like it.

Friday 1st Heading to the Hawea Domain via Grandview Peak expected time of 6-8 hrs.

Saturday 2nd  A variety of local trails before joining up with all other trails for the grand parade, markets and entertainment.

 

The trail is suitable for riders of little experience and will be adapted for those with more experience if the weather and conditions see fit. Reasonable fitness will be valuable, especially for the last day over Grandview when humour will be required.

 

In essence this trip is along 4WD tracks well contoured for pylon line access. A shame about the pylons but some interesting High Country farms to traverse. The first two days can be easy to medium and the last day will be hard with a prolonged 5 to 6 hour climb to Grandview Peak. (Vehicle support available)

We will be fully catered from the morning of Wednesday 27th Feb until Breakfast Saturday 2nd March. You will require tents for the nights 26 Feb, 1 & 2 March in the Hawea Domain, otherwise the accommodation at both Shirlmar and Morven Hills is available in the wool sheds there. You may of course use a tent if you prefer.

Family/friends in support vehicles are welcomed at the overnight accommodation but they will have to pay for the food on an individual basis should they wish to join in. They will not be permitted to follow in vehicles, only the trail support vehicle will have this privilege.

Questions specific to this trail? Ask The Boss – tim@centrallakesphotography.co.nz

Questions about the Cavalcade in general and entry process, support… Ask the organiser terry@cavalcade.co.nz Or call the office 03 445 0111

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Clover Leaf Trail

This Trail is now full. If you would like to go on the wait list please contact the office directly terry@cavalcade.co.nz or 03 4450111 

Trail Boss: Jane Whitmore. 6 Days based from 2 different ‘base camps’. Each ride is a loop out, around and back to camp . Fully Catered. Horse ‘n riders welcome. Ride out by 9am, typically in by 3pm. Good days riding over high country/farm 4WD tracks and cross country.

$760 for riders and $725 for backups.

$30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.

 

When do I need to be where? Earnscleugh (Near Alexandra)– from 3pm on the 24th February 2019.

How hard will the days be? about 30km per day. This is one of the easier rides on the Cavalcade. Starting and finishing from a base camp (3 nights at Earnscleugh then 3 nights at Queensbury). Can take a day off and stay in camp here and there withouht being left behind! Good honest day rides over some steep and interesting country. A good level of fitness and experience required.

 

 

What can we expect en route? AMAZING VIEWS, interesting gold mining and historic sites/relics,  FANTASTIC FOOD, Very capable and experienced Trail Boss and Wranglers! And a great bunch of other like minded horse enthusiasts! Really bloody hot temperatures! 30 degrees plus. Freezing cold temperatures! -5 degrees maybe colder with the wind chill factor – You can get all sorts of weather in these Central Otago Mountains. At this time of year it is typically warm/hot but southerly storms can blow through (short lived) at any time.

What do I need to bring? A horse!

Waterproof coat/jacket, leggings & hat

Jersey, balaclava, socks, longjohns, gloves

Hot weather gear e.g shorts & T shirt

Gaiters are a good idea to keep rubbish & rain out of boots

Riding boots or boots with a heel suitable for walking

Plate/bowl, cutlery, drinking vessel, tea towel.

Towel & toilet articles

Sleeping bag & mat / stretcher

Sunscreen & insect repellent

Personal items and a roll of loo paper

Small first aid kit for you and your horse

Camera & torch

Don’t forget a wee treat for yourself and your horse

Water bottle

Personal medications

Money for the bar and Host Town

Baby wipes are handy when hand washing difficult

Small ground cover to put down in yards to put your gear on

Where are we going? Exact details still to be confirmed (its a completely new trail each year)  But basically – 3 day rides based around Earnscleugh then another 2 days around Queensbury and a short one to Hawea! (Floating horses to Queensbury and Hawea)

Questions specific to this trail? Ask The Boss – jm.whitmore@hotmail.com

Questions about the Cavalcade in general and entry process, support… Ask the organiser terry@cavalcade.co.nz Or call the office 03 445 0111

The Veterinary Center Dam Busters! RIDING TRAIL

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Trail Boss: Mick O’Callaghan. 6 Days. Fully Catered and supported. Horse ‘n riders welcome. Ride out by 7am, typically in by 4pm. Good solid days riding over high country/farm 4WD tracks and cross country.

$725 for riders. $690 for backups. $30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.

When do I need to be where? Waitangi (far side of Lake Aviemore)– from 3pm on the 24th February 2019.

How hard will the days be? Between 30-40km per day. This is one of the tougher rides on the Cavalcade. Longer days possible, more testing for horse and rider because of terrain. A good level of fitness and experience required.

 

What can we expect en route? AMAZING VIEWS, interesting and historic sites/relics,  FANTASTIC FOOD, Very capable and experienced Trail Boss and Wranglers! And a great bunch of other like minded horse enthusiasts! Really bloody hot temperatures! 30 degrees plus. Freezing cold temperatures! -5 degrees maybe colder with the wind chill factor – You can get all sorts of weather in these Central Otago Mountains. At this time of year it is typically warm/hot but southerly storms can blow through (short lived) at any time.

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What do I need to bring? A horse!

Waterproof coat/jacket, leggings & hat

Hot weather gear e.g shorts & T shirt

Gaiters are a good idea to keep rubbish & rain out of boots

Riding boots or boots with a heel suitable for walking

Plate/bowl, cutlery, drinking vessel, tea towel.

Towel & toilet articles

Sleeping bag & mat / stretcher

Sunscreen & insect repellent

Personal items and a roll of loo paper

Small first aid kit for you and your horse

Camera & torch

Don’t forget a wee treat for yourself and your horse

Water bottle

Personal medications

Money for the bar and Host Town

Baby wipes are handy when hand washing difficult

Small ground cover to put down in yards to put your gear on

Where are we going?

Sunday 24th meet up in the afternoon at Matangi Station across Lake Aviemore.

Monday 25th Heading to Otamatapaio Station, via the Benmore Dam, good mountains – great views of Lake Benmore, Aviemore and Mt Cook.

Tuesday 26th Heading to Twinburn Station via Mt Horrible. Big rugged mountain riding.

Wednesday 27th Heading to Dalrachney Station in the Lindis Pass (the bit in all the photos of the Lindis Pass).

Thursday 28th  Heading to Forrest Range Station, big full day in the Lindis.

Friday 1st  Heading to Lake Hawea Station. You thought the previous days were good… saved some of the best views for last!

Saturday 2nd A short ride through Hawea and on to the meetup point for the Grand Parade! Make sure you book a Dinner and Howdown ticket with your registration!

 

The ride will be a lot bonier than last year! Horses will definitely need to be freshly shod for this one. Good fitness of horse and rider required.

Backups very welcome and all overnights have good road access. Thanks very much to all the landowners, Maniototo Area School caterers, wranglers, first aiders and Gofers.

Questions specific to this trail? Ask The Boss – Mick O’Callaghan 027 489 4109

Questions about the Cavalcade in general and entry process, support… Ask the organiser terry@cavalcade.co.nz Or call the office 03 445 0111

Hoofing the heights to Hawea!

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Trail Boss: Les Beattie. 6 Days. Fully Catered and supported. Horse ‘n riders welcome. Ride out by 8am, typically in by 4pm. Good solid days riding over high country/farm 4WD tracks and cross country.

$790 for riders. $755 for backups. $30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.

When do I need to be where? Glencoe Station (Near Arrowtown)– from 3pm on the 24th February 2019.

How hard will the days be? Between 30-40km per day. This is one of the tougher rides on the Cavalcade. Longer days possible, more testing for horse and rider because of terrain. A good level of fitness and experience required.

 

What can we expect en route? AMAZING VIEWS, interesting gold mining and historic sites/relics,  fantastic food, Very capable and experienced Trail Boss and Wranglers! And a great bunch of other like minded horse enthusiasts! Really bloody hot temperatures! 30 degrees plus. Freezing cold temperatures! -5 degrees maybe colder with the wind chill factor – You can get all sorts of weather in these Central Otago Mountains. At this time of year it is typically warm/hot but southerly storms can blow through (short lived) at any time.

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What do I need to bring? A horse! (Unless you are a passenger attached to a wagon),

Waterproof coat/jacket, leggings & hat

Jersey, balaclava, socks, longjohns, gloves

Hot weather gear e.g shorts & T shirt

Gaiters are a good idea to keep rubbish & rain out of boots

Riding boots or boots with a heel suitable for walking

Plate/bowl, cutlery, drinking vessel, tea towel.

Towel & toilet articles

Sleeping bag & mat / stretcher

Sunscreen & insect repellent

Personal items and a roll of loo paper

Small first aid kit for you and your horse

Camera & torch

Don’t forget a wee treat for yourself and your horse

Water bottle

Personal medications

Money for the bar and Host Town

Baby wipes are handy when hand washing difficult

Small ground cover to put down in yards to put your gear on

Where are we going?

A week of fabulous riding over great country with awesome scenery, friendship, adventure and fun. It is anticipated that there will be 7 – 8 hours riding most days.

We have some good hill climbs this year so horses and riders need a good level of fitness. All horses must be freshly shod.

Sunday 24th February: We meet between 3 pm and 5pm at Glencoe Station woolshed near Arrowtown.

Day one Monday 25th February: We ride to Macetown via Tobins Track. We skirt past Arrowtown, follow the Arrow River and return to Glencoe Station via Billy creek, the Zig Zag and Low Saddle.

Day two Tuesday 26th Febraury: We leave Glencoe Station, head up to the Crown Rocks above Cardrona, then down into the Cardrona Valley. We then ride to Tuohys Gully Station woolshed on Cardrona Valley Farms

Day three Wednesday 27th February:  We leave Touhys Gully Station, ride up Touhys Gully to Meg Hut, follow the pack track, then cross DoC land heading to Mt Pisa and then down to Mt Pisa Station woolshed.

Day four Thursday 28th February: We leave Mt Pisa Station shearing shed, ride up the gully, and cross the boundary to Lockaburn Station. If a good day we will have lunch beside Lake McKay, then head to Lake McKay Station woolshed near Luggate. This is a great place for our music and party night.

Day five Friday 1st March: We leave Lake McKay Station, cross the Luggate bridge and head up to Grandview Heights on Grandview Station.

We then drop down to Hawea Back Road to go to Hawea Flats where we spend the next two nights.

Saturday 2nd March:

We head to Hawea Domain for the parade.

Questions specific to this trail? Ask The Boss – lesbeattie863@gmail.com

Questions about the Cavalcade in general and entry process, support… Ask the organiser terry@cavalcade.co.nz Or call the office 03 445 0111

The Whitecoomb Wanderers

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Trail Boss: Bill Butler. 7 Days. Fully Catered and supported. Horse ‘n riders welcome. Ride out by 8am, typically in by 4pm. Good solid days riding mostly over high country/farm 4WD tracks and cross country.

$760 for riders. $720 for backups. $30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.

When do I need to be where? Moa Flat (exact address TBC)– from 3pm on the 23rd February 2019.

How hard will the days be? Between 30-40km per day. This is one of the tougher rides on the Cavalcade. Longer days possible, more testring for horse and rider because of terrain. A good level of fitness and experience required.

 

What can we expect en route? AMAZING VIEWS, interesting gold mining and historic sites/relics,  FANTASTIC FOOD, Very capable and experienced Trail Boss and Wranglers! And a great bunch of other like minded horse enthusiasts! A dress-up party mid week (Yes you have to dress up)! Really bloody hot temperatures! 30 degrees plus. Freezing cold temperatures! -5 degrees maybe colder with the wind chill factor – You can get all sorts of weather in these Central Otago Mountains. At this time of year it is typically warm/hot but southerly storms can blow through (short lived) at any time.

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What do I need to bring? A horse!

Waterproof coat/jacket, leggings & hat

Jersey, balaclava, socks, longjohns, gloves

Hot weather gear e.g shorts & T shirt

Gaiters are a good idea to keep rubbish & rain out of boots

Riding boots or boots with a heel suitable for walking

Plate/bowl, cutlery, drinking vessel, tea towel.

Towel & toilet articles

Sleeping bag & mat / stretcher

Sunscreen & insect repellent

Personal items and a roll of loo paper

Small first aid kit for you and your horse

Camera & torch

Don’t forget a wee treat for yourself and your horse

Water bottle

Personal medications

Money for the bar and Host Town

Baby wipes are handy when hand washing difficult

Small ground cover to put down in yards to put your gear on

Where are we going?

Saturday 23rd February meet at the Brensell’s Whitecombe-Run, Moa Flat from midafternoon on. Overnighting on the banks of the Pomahaka river.

Sunday 24th  We start our journey by following along the sparkling Pomahaka river in the shadow of the Umbrella mountains with Mount Benger on our shoulder. Traveling out into the Whitecombe country, we cross the Jordan on our way out towards the Junction hut and on to our first night spot. This is where we will camp out on a ridge overlooking the Teviot Valley. If the weather is a bit inclement, we may retreat to the valley floor.  Moderate Day

Monday 25th Heading in the morning towards Wakaia Bush road and out onto the Old Man Range, (Kopuwai) on past Hyde Rock. Most of the day will be spent above 1000 metres reaching a height of 1673 metres. Highlight of the day is a spot where the whole world is at our feet! To the south you can see right to Stewart Island, to the north up to St Bathans, west to the back of the Remarkables, and east all the way to the Coast. On a great day the most memorable view, on an average day, memorable for other reasons. At the end of the day we descend down to the Earnscleugh Valley. Long day but easy riding.

Tuesday 26th We skirt around the Clyde’s orcharding areas. We cross the Clutha River (Mata Au) at the Clyde Township. If I can arrange parking, we could possible stop for refreshments. Riding up above the Dam we travel onto our night spot. This will be transformed into 1920’s speak easy,complete with Casino, so, come along as Gangster, Flapper or Swaggy down on your luck. Easy day with bit of road work.

Wednesday 27th Beginning our day at 340metres we climb and climb and climb up a magnificent ridge onto the Dunstan Mountains and past Leaning Rock 1647 metres.  This is a truly magical place on a clear day, a real wonder to behold. The stark landscape and amazing views will leave you spellbound. We then make our way along and back down through some historic mining sights at Logan town on our way to Bendigo for a well-deserved rest.

Long Challenging day

Thursday 28th Good easy day for rider and horse out along the Lindis river up over Cluden hill and onto Lindis Downs. Easy Day.

Friday 1st Heading back to the tops travelling up the Grand View ridge to the Grand view Mountain 1394 metres. What a fitting name for the panorama which will be laid out before you. We have a steep descent down the Cameron Gully to Mount Grand. Moderate Day.

Saturday 2nd We are travelling only a short distance to the Hawea Domain so we will be joining a couple of other trails to ride to the Lake then through Lake Hawea township.

 

This ride has some challenging aspects so both riders and horses need to be well prepared. A good level of fitness is essential. Horses need to be freshly shod. Good quality wet and cold weather clothing is compulsory. We will be camping out so tents are required. Our theme for the fancy dress night is “Gangsters Flappers and Swaggies (1920’s).” Look forward to seeing all soon

Bill “Machine Gun” Butler.

Questions specific to this trail? Ask The Boss – mandyandbill@xtra.co.nz

Questions about the Cavalcade in general and entry process, support… Ask the organiser terry@cavalcade.co.nz Or call the office 03 445 0111

Tussock Creek Light Wagons and Riders

This trail is very nearly full! Please contact the office direct terry@cavalcade.co.nz 03 4450111 if you would like to get on it.

Trail Boss: Chris Bayne. 7 Days. Fully Catered and supported. Light wagons welcome and horse ‘n riders. Ride out by 8am, typically in by 4pm. Good solid days riding mostly over high country/farm 4WD tracks.

$761 rider/wagon driver.                                  $721 passenger/backup.                                      $30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.

When do I need to be where? Ribbonwood Station (Near Omarama)– from 3pm on the 23rd February 2019.

How hard will the days be? Between 30-40km per day. NOT a leisure ride like the Heavy Wagons but not quite as hard as some of the horse trails.

 

 

What can we expect en route? AMAZING VIEWS, interesting gold mining and historic sites/relics,  FANTASTIC FOOD, the longest serving Trail Boss and Wranglers! And a great bunch of other like minded horse enthusiasts! Really bloody hot temperatures! 30 degrees plus. Freezing cold temperatures! -5 degrees maybe colder with the wind chill factor – You can get all sorts of weather in these Central Otago Mountains. At this time of year it is typically warm/hot but southerly storms can blow through (short lived) at any time.

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What do I need to bring? A horse! (Unless you are a passenger attached to a wagon),

Waterproof coat/jacket, leggings & hat

Jersey, balaclava, socks, longjohns, gloves

Hot weather gear e.g shorts & T shirt

Gaiters are a good idea to keep rubbish & rain out of boots

Riding boots or boots with a heel suitable for walking

Towel & toilet articles

Sleeping bag & mat / stretcher

Sunscreen & insect repellent

Personal items and a roll of loo paper

Small first aid kit for you and your horse

Camera & torch

Don’t forget a wee treat for yourself and your horse

Water bottle

Personal medications

Money for the bar and Host Town

Baby wipes are handy when hand washing difficult

Small ground cover to put down in yards to put your gear on

Where are we going?

Our cooks once again are The Oamaru Scouts been with us over 20 years

Saturday 23rd. We meet at Ribbon wood which is approx 25 kms from Omarama. Horse check from 3pm (all horses must be freshly shod) Dinner will be at 7pm followed by a welcome talk.

Sunday 24th With the Barrier Range high above us we head out towards Serpentine Creek and hopefully see Mount Cook in the distance and head towards Lake Ohau and have a BBQ lunch and get to know each other.

Monday 25th. Today we climb up and around the Diadem Range down to the Ahuriri River and into Birchwood Country where the film Mulan had its Chinese fortress (hope we see it ) we head along by the river to Longslip Station for our nights stop a big day.

Tuesday 26th.Into the historic Lindis Valley cross into Dunstan Downs and into the big tussock country of Morven Hills big climbs with amazing high country scenery looking away down at the valley below and onto Tinburn Station for our nights stop a another big day.

Wednesday 27th Plenty of history and gold story’s to be told as today we will go out and explore the station with a BBQ lunch and hopefully a swim in the Lindis River and get ready to dance the night away.

Thursday 28th Climbing up and out of the valley with great views of the Dunstan Mountain and the Pisa Mountains and the clutha river we head to our next high country station .

Friday 1st March We will wander along the hills to admire the views and along the flats looking over at Mt Burns and heading towards Lake Hawea and the Grandview Mountains for our next stop at Lagoon Valley.

Saturday 2nd March This is it we will all go over farm land then onto a road to our final stop at the Hawea Domain to be greeted by thousands of people.

 

( Don’t for get this is a limited back up trail we are trying to do what the gold miners did but we have 2 trucks to take all your gear and your horses feed etc  keep your gear to a minimum weight as you have to lift it each day)

Questions specific to this trail? Ask The Boss – Chrisbayne@xtra.co.nz

Questions about the Cavalcade in general and entry process, support… Ask the organiser terry@cavalcade.co.nz Or call the office 03 445 0111

The Cobb & Co Heavy Wagons

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Cobb & Co Heavy Wagon Trail

               Hawea 2019

7 Days – Riders welcome        

$310 for non catered Riders and Wagon Drivers. Passengers $560, Catered Passengers $930 and Catered riders/wagon drivers $680. (Catered = 3 good meals per day!)              $30 discount for OGHT members – contact office for discount code.

For those thinking of joining us for the first time, our trail as the heading indicates caters to the speed of the bigger wagons and heavier horses, as such we go at the pace best suited to these big rigs.                                                                                                                                    

If you like a slower pace (a bit of stop and starting) shorter days and a friendly atmosphere this could be the trail for you. Each individual or group brings their own food, cooking equipment, utensils etc. Sleeping arrangements consist of your floats/trucks or tents. Horses are individually penned so electric fencing and personal horse feed is required.                                                                                                           

Horses need to have reasonable fitness though don’t need to be as fit as the riding trails as we haven’t got the same big climbs or length of days as them. Riders must be competent and able to have full control of their mounts and horses must be electric fence proof.

This year we are again starting in the Lindis Valley this time leaving from Shirlmar Station north of the Tarras 4WD Camp, meeting on Saturday 23rd February.

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Due to the challenging terrain of the area we will only be averaging between 15-25kms per day, with camp shifts every morning until we reach the outskirts of Hawea, where weather permitting we will have a lay day on the Friday.

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During the course of the week we will be traveling over rolling farm land and over back country roads, the horses will be separating from the wagons at a couple of stages during the week and going into some higher country.

We will again be having two pot luck BBQ dinners, the first as an icebreaker on the 23rd and another towards the end of the week after which we have again organised an evening’s entertainment. The Tarras school/Play Centre parents will be catering an evening meal as well for us during the week.

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For a bit of added fun, we will be having a fancy dress evening probably on the Thursday night that we have organised our band for. We ask that everyone makes an effort to participate, there will be prizes given for best costume.

Any catering or horse queries can be directed to Kaye Walker on the phone number below. Passenger inquiries please contact Terry Davis OGHT Cavalcade co-ordinator.  A more detailed recommended list of gear and directions to camp will be sent out with your confirmation of registration early next year.                                                                                               We look forward to seeing everyone in February.

Trail Boss – Tony Cumberbeach                     cumberbeach29@gmail.com

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Wrangler – Kaye Walker                                   kayewalker66@gmail.com                                                                                                                         

                                                                             0273 466 898