58 Photos - Feb 21, 2014
Photo: Getting ready at the car parkPhoto: NPWS sign post along Wanganderry Rd (note distance is wrong should read ~9Km. One cant just rule lines on a map)Photo: Walking through new NPWS link trackPhoto: Walking through new NPWS link trackPhoto: The old fellaPhoto: First sign of Wollondilly valley as track reaches cliff line. Actual track finishes not far past this pointPhoto: Ant and Phillip view the Wollondilly ValleyPhoto: Ant and Greg at first Lookout you come to - Photo Evan SmithPhoto: Wollondilly ValleyPhoto: Bit of an overhang!Photo: Do they realise the rocks heavily under cutPhoto: Climbing up along rocky areas between the track and the campsitePhoto: Typical long rocky sections along Wanganderry wallsPhoto: Note hat flying between the two on the left. It was windyPhoto: Photo: Wnaganderry Walls along north to Bonnum Pic which is the rocky point at the endPhoto: Bonnum Pic. Rocky Point. We only made the second top just right of the end sectionPhoto: Bonnum Pic in evening susnetPhoto: Evan and ChrisPhoto: Bonnum Pic from campsite in evening light - Photo Evan SmithPhoto: Campsite along the walls (rocky with some sandy sections)Photo: David reading some (Banjo Patterson)Photo: David reading more (Banjo Patterson)Photo: David reading Banjo Patterson  - Photo Evan SmithPhoto: Getting ready for Day 2 at campsitePhoto: Walls along side ridge as we enter defile before climbing onto Bonnum Pic ridhe poperPhoto: Photo: Climbing up onto Bonnum Pic ridgePhoto: Climbing Bonnum Pic ridgePhoto: Wollondily Valley with Bonnum Pic ridge (flat top in middle is Mt Colong)Photo: Climbing Bonnum Pic ridgePhoto: Climbing Bonnum Pic ridgePhoto: Phillip and Ant under a weather worn overhangPhoto: Photo: Wollondilly and parts of Kanangra Boyd National Park (flat top in middle is Mt Colong)Photo: Photo: Ian looking in a pool of rainwaterPhoto: Along Bonnum Pic ridge looking north to the endPhoto: Lake BurragorangPhoto: Evan at the furthest point we made as there is a deep drop past therePhoto: Morning tea at Bonnum Pic admiring the view northPhoto: Looking straight down the drop we would have had to make to continue to the end. Its a 3-4m slide with large vertical cliffs to the left and right. We erred on side of cautionPhoto: Looking north to bit of Bonnum Pic we missed. Wasn't that muchPhoto: Coming back - see how much rock as been eroded awayPhoto: See how much rock as been eroded awayPhoto: Edging along eastern side of the ridgePhoto: Views south over the Wollondilly Valley (David, Phillip and Evan)Photo: The nice weathered section again with Ian and AntPhoto: David Beasley leading us away from the campsitePhoto: Ian Burridge leading them away from campsite after we picked up our packs On Fri 21stPhoto: Typical cairn found along rocky sectionsPhoto: Typcial view of rocky sections along Wanganderry WallsPhoto: Ian and Ant BurridgePhoto: Possible aboriginal sharpening grooves in the this area as noted by John Evans 2010Photo: Blue=Walk 18.1km - GPS Map View from Oziexplorer using OzRaster Map with permission of © BKK Enterprises Pty Ltd, http://www.gpsoz.com.auGoogle Drive Folder with gpx and kml file
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4VFsD8NIhWGVnd2STd2bEV0bGM&usp=sharingPhoto: Blue=Walk 18.1km Black =Drive 5.4km on Wanganderry Rd - GPS Map View from Oziexplorer using OzRaster Map with permission of © BKK Enterprises Pty Ltd, http://www.gpsoz.com.au
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4VFsD8NIhWGVnd2STd2bEV0bGM&usp=sharingPhoto: Group on Bonnum Pic - Photo Evan SmithPhoto: Group returning from Bonnum Pic - Photo Evan Smith