One of two expensive underpasses on the Yaberoo Budjara Heritage Trail. Not complaining as it made the ride that much more enjoyable and safer but was a surprising find given their costs versus the relatively low usage of the Trail.
As the Yaberoo Budjara Heritage Trail enters the Yanchep National Park bicycle riders have one more walker friendly barrier to negotiate. Oh down the track is another access option but you have to negotiate a gate to come that way.
From here into the park’s recreation area is all good riding which is nice.
On the return leg now of my out and back ride of the Yaberoo Budjara Heritage Trail. I paused in the shade at the point where trail once again enters the Neerbup National Park. From here to the southern trailhead the track is a pretty good quality limestone surface. The worse of the trail is now behind me.
Day 2: Esperance to Albany: The Unconventional Ride. 750 km in 10 days. A moment's pause on the 4WD track as I work my way west to Barker Inlet Beach. This was one hour into the ride of the track and only a few kilometres along the way.
Day 2: Esperance to Albany: The Unconventional Ride. 750 km in 10 days. A moment's pause at Munroe Point as I look west to Warrenup Beach and on to my destination for the day Quagi Beach. The view is very deceptive; not reflective of what was about to come my way.
The view south of Mt Cooke in the Monadnocks National Park. The Power Line Road stands out as a scar on the landscape.
We were walking the park as part of Ibu Anne’s training to complete the Oxfam Trailwalker 50km which she ticked off in early October 2018.
Looking east from the eastern slopes of Mt Cooke in the Monadnocks National Park, Western Australia. A great spot on the Bibbulmun Track for a break.
We were walking the Bibbulmun Track in this section k as part of Ibu Anne’s training to complete the Oxfam Trailwalker 50km. Anne ticked off the Trailwalker in early October 2018, having completed the 50 km walk.