Two hikes in Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

Tidbinbilla Canberra

During my days in Canberra, I was exploring the near by national parks and nature reserves through meetups. And because of those meetups organised by various hiking groups, I had hiked in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. The other nature reserve to explore when in Canberra is the Namadgi Nature Reserve. I had hiked to the … Read more

Beginner’s guide for hiking and trekking

Vattakanal Hike

Over the years, I have been constantly asked about how one can start hiking or trekking. There are many who want to start somewhere and get into hiking and/ or trekking but do not know where to start. Having trekked in the Himalayas and done the Everest Base Camp, I thought I should pen down … Read more

Snowies High Plains Hut to Hut Trek

Snowies High Hut to Hut Trek

The Snowy mountains region has plenty of historical huts. Trekking for multiple days between hut to hut is a very popular trekking adventure among the trekkers. I have done the Mount Kosciuszko Summit walk multiple times in the Snowy Mountains region but had never done the multi day treks. So over the Easter long weekend, … Read more

Complete guide to Light to Light walk

Complete guide to Light to Light walk

Do you fancy a hike that provides spectacular views of the ocean and also gives a taste of the bushes? Then the light to light walk in Eden is the one for you. This multi day hike in the Ben Boyd National Park is an absolute delight. The path goes along the South coast of … Read more

The Six Foot Track – Complete guide!

The Six Foot Track

The Six Foot Track Last weekend, my friend and I completed the Six Foot Track (#6fttrack) and I am still hungover by the excitement. The Six Foot Track is a 3 days challenging hike in the Blue mountains between Katoomba and Jenolan Caves. It is a total of 44.8 kilometres. And we did the hike … Read more

Mount Kosciuszko – A dream come true!

Mt Koscuisko

Have you ever thought of doing something and have waited a very long time to actually do it? Well, Mount Kosciuszko was that “something” for me. I waited for a really long time to actually hike this spectacular mountain. I asked all my friends, acquaintances and everyone I knew in Sydney – everyone (well most … Read more

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