The BMCS Bushwalking Group has walks
on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Membership of the Bushwalking Group is
available to members of the Society
- members need only pay $20 insurance.
|Grade 1.||Fairly flat walk on roads, fire trails and walking tracks.|
|Grade 2.||Fairly flat, but with some rough and/or steep sections, possibly some natural obstacles and some steps.|
|Grade 3.||May include rough/steep sections, many steps, a steep climb and descent, natural obstacles, some off-track walking.|
|Grade 4.||May include more of the above, with a greater degree of difficulty.|
|Grade 5.||We occasionally arrange a walk considered most suited to experienced and very fit walkers. It is likely to include some or all of the following: rough/steep sections, steep climbs and descents, many steps, natural obstacles, off-track walking.|
Here's the BMCS Bushwalkers Guide.
For further information, please contact
Maurice Kerkham (Bushwalking Convenor)
phone: 4739 4942,
mail: 6 Mt. Sion Place, Glenbrook, NSW 2773.
For information regarding particular walks, please contact the Activity Leader or Group Coordinator.
Or if this is your first walk or you are in any doubt, discuss it with the Activity Leader or Coordinator.
Saturday Walks - click here for the Program.
Saturday Walks are usually a full day, longer walk at a faster pace. Bring morning tea, lunch and adequate water.
Before attending, phone the designated contact person or the Group Co-ordinator Jim Percy on 4758 6009 - email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday Walks - click here for the Program.
Monday Walks are 'Short Day' walks of 3 - 5 hours, suitable for walkers of average fitness. Bring morning tea and lunch and adequate water.
The Monday Walks Co-ordinator is Maurice Kerkham, phone 4739 4942 or email at email@example.com
Thursday Walks - click here for the Program.
Thursday Walks are walks of 2 - 3 hours conducted at a leisurely pace. Bring morning tea, adequate water and lunch if noted.
The Thursday Walks Co-ordinator is Beverley Thompson,
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Bushwalking Forms for Walks Leaders