Click here to see my evolving gear list for my up coming end to end thru hike of the Bibbulmun Track in Western Australia. I’m trying to go even lighter than my previous long distance trails this time and aiming for a 6kg base weight (all gear except consumables and clothes worn).
A short but great day. Everyone in the shelter had the same idea today – get an early start and beat the forecast heavy rains. No need to sneak out of the shelter to pack up, everyone was up around 5am for a 6am start. This included Roadkill who had some concerns about navigating across
Woohoo – cracked the 800 km Mark. What an awesome day. Things are changing for sure and I’m liking it. The terrain, the forest, the views and the track itself, all changing. With no snorers to contend with last night I had one of the best shelter sleeps yet and felt completely rested. A typical
A reasonable distanced day today but it felt like a half day. It was an opportunity to re-group, take the time for some self care and look ahead towards the end. Keen to get moving and avoid the morning goup of 15 or so, I was up on first waking just after 5am. It is
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