Gt Sth & Port Davey Tracks

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Gt Sth & Port Davey Tracks

Postby pj1626 » Sun 02 Dec, 2018 1:21 pm

Reasonably experienced bushwalker looking for walking companion to walk the Gt Sth & Port Davey Tks from mid Feb to Late Mar 2019.Plan to start Cockle Ck with resupply
& rest day at Melaleuca then onto Scotts Peak Dam
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Re: Gt Sth & Port Davey Tracks

Postby pj1626 » Sun 30 Dec, 2018 2:03 pm

Can be done in reverse.sharing travel costs from/to cockle ck or scotts peak dam.Flexible.
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Re: Gt Sth & Port Davey Tracks

Postby Currahee » Tue 08 Jan, 2019 9:35 am

Looking to do North to South in April if you are in a position to delay your start?
Have done the route 3-5 times but not recently.
Slow but steady walker.
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Re: Gt Sth & Port Davey Tracks

Postby rustyjus » Wed 16 Jan, 2019 1:45 pm

Im heading off to the Gt Sth Track mid march... if anyone want to share a ride from cockle creek to Hobart
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