Tramping Mt Somers

We organised a family tramp into Woolshed Creek Hut near Mt Somers. It was a family trip because we had Simon, Anita, and their little one, and Clare, and her little one. So it was me, Katie, Gina, and the families.

Walking 2 (Woolshed Creek Tramp)Descending to the hut (Woolshed Creek Tramp)Playing pigs (Woolshed Creek Tramp)

Above left: We headed into Woolshed Creek Hut for an overnighter with the little people. Above middle: The little people did well with a mix of walking and being carried. Above right: We hung about in the hut in the evening.

Cris goes fishing for his croc (Woolshed Creek Tramp)Tramping in the mist (Mt Somers)

Above left: Throw away Cris’s shoe was played on the way out the next day. Above right: It was quite misty on the way out although we kept getting glimpses of blue sky to tantalise us.

Climbing at Transmitter Crag

I ran up Worsley’s and met Simon, Anita, and her friend Sarah at the Flying Nun MTB track. We wandered over to Transmitter Crag and Simon and I did some climbing there. The ladies talked lady-talk, looked after Elayna, and fed us delicious lunch goodies.

Cris at the top of a climb (Transmitter crag)Simon abseiling (Transmitter Crag)

Above left: Simon and I found some nice climbs to lead and got to it. Above right: Some abseiling from the anchor bolt was involved.

Simon looks down from the top (Transmitter Crag)Simon at the top of a climb (Transmitter Crag)

Above left: Belaying was also involved. Myesss. Above right: I convinced Simon to take the camera and take happy snaps at the top of one of the climbs. Didn’t he do well?