Saturday 14 June: Yankee Hat indigenous sites, with a geocaching twist – M/E-M. Stroll to the Yankee Hat rock art then via old fire trails to the causeway SW up Bogong Creek. Walk through the open campsite area where artifacts may still be found (and left) on the ground. Only trouble is, we’ll have an off-track 3km detour with 300m climb to a geocache near the summit of Yankee Hat North. Then further easy walking on fire trails to Frank and Jacks Hut and associated sheep dip. Return via the Old Boboyan Road, with the opportunity to visit an indigenous rock shelter. Around 12km and 550m climb, very suitable for day-walkers who would like to try a little off-track in the Namadgi. 5 geocaches. Maps: Yaouk and Rendezvous Creek. Limit: 12. Leader: John Evans –, 0417 436 877. Transport: ~$12 per person. Further details at

Further Information

Geocaches GC1HPPX Namadgi, A Pleasant Spot!; GCH13N Namadgi Yank; GC11G8D Spon-TIN-eity; GC33R07 Oh My Hat!; and the final GZ for GC1JWEX Yankee Doodle Dandy.

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