A walk designed for families with active kids aged 6 and up, to explore a rocky creek in the Rob Roy Nature Reserve on the edge of Tuggeranong. After crossing some grasslands for about 1 km, we will walk up the creek for about 3 km climbing about 200 vertical metres past pools, and, if there has been recent rain, cascades. We'll have lunch at the foot of a 40 metre dry waterfall. We can return the same way or by a quicker route on hills parallel to the creek. Includes rock scrambling i.e. climbing over boulders and up steep rocky slopes using your hands. There is no track. Please wear shoes with good grip, socks that cover ankles to protect against sharp rocks, and carry your gear in a pack so that your hands are free. 10 am to approx 3 pm.
Organised by the Canberra Bushwalking Club. Please book via the 'Request a Booking' button on the Canberra Bushwalking Club listing: https://canberrabushwalkingclub.org/ci/activity/view/708/1?refere=https://canberrabushwalkingclub.org/ci/activity Starting point will be advised when you book (Map shows the likely lunch spot)