Murrumbidgee River views | photo Pat D

Monday 21 November: Point Hut Crossing to Kambah Pool ride – L/E. Along the Canberra Centenary Trail.

2 of us met.


Distance: 33.7km | Climb: 480m | Time: 8.25am – 12.10pm (3hrs 45mins) | Grading: Hard on my butt


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Waypoint and Track Files

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Track Notes

I didn’t ask enough questions when my good neighbour rang me last night. Next time I’ll ask how long, how hard! Pat rode me into the ground.

An absolutely delightful ride from the old folks home down to Point Hut Pond, then to Point Hut Crossing when the track began. Plenty of water in the ‘bidgee after last night’s rain. A blue-sky day and warmed up rapidly as we rode the ups and downs.

A quick nab of geocache GC4VE54 Why So Serious?

We called into the river bank a couple of times for views and had a stop at the Lookout. Have a look at the photos and video.

Finally arrived at Kambah Pool and returned down the off-road bike path paralleling Drakeford and Tharwa Drives.

After nearly killing me, Pat redeemed himself by making an excellent cup of coffee.

We two old codgers must do it again.

Track Maps

Track overview

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2 riders – Pat D (leader), me.