Uncle Roddus Tramping diary: Tramp No.18
Mt Gargarus 18th January 2003
A good size group of 13 of us partook the long drive past Lake Coleridge to Glenthorn station, where we parked the cars before making our assent of the 1655m Mt Gargarus. Another stand alone mountain which is a regular on the CTC itinerary. A fine mostly clear day promised us some great vistas after a 1000m slog up the hill from the saddle and we wernt disappointed. From memory we dropped back down through the Creeks on the Nor-west side and back to the cars. An enjoyable day.
A break at the saddle before the slog up the hill and believe me it was harder than it looked.
One of our party almost to the top proving that I wasn't last.
The views were very nice.
My old tramping getup before I got into all this fandangled Marino stuff. lake Coleridge in the Background.
Some more of those views.
Lake Colridge again with out the ugly bugger blocking the view.