Walking in the Walls of Jerusalem

Walls of Jerusalem

Two weeks ago the Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation students went to the Walls of Jerusalem for a 4 day bushwalk to hone our guiding and bushwalking skills.

On arrival, the group split into two groups with the intention to meet halfway at Dixons Kingdom.  The first group headed south and camped the night at Stretcher Lake, whilst the other group headed southeast and stayed at the Wild Dog Creek campsite.  After meeting at Dixons Kingdom the two groups then retraced each others steps back to the bus.

On the first night we set up camp in the dark and the rain, but woke to a clear morning with a fresh blanket of snow which completely changed the landscape.  This was truly a breath-taking experience.

One group even climbed Mt. Jerusalem pre-dawn and were rewarded with an amazing sunrise on the summit.

On the last couple of days, the weather cleared up providing us with amazing conditions, especially for this time of year and finishing off our trip on a high note.

A big thank you to Bruce Morley and Gemma Gooley for coming along and for the fun we had along the way.

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RTO Code: 60142

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