Mt Tyndall: third time there, first time to see the view

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Mt Tyndall: third time there, first time to see the view

Postby naturelover » Mon 10 Nov, 2014 9:53 pm

If you would like to experience the Tyndall Ranges in fairly desperate conditions, then just give me a ring. My record is unblemished. You'll be assured of a good adventure and atmospheric photos, even if not of a view. That said, I have to confess that at last, third visit, I got to see the view, even if only briefly. As is my style, I camped on top, and also experienced a brief but magnificent sunrise. Nonetheless, I did manage more than my fair share of white-out conditions so as to maintain my credentials for guaranteeing rotten weather up there.
For a full report and photos, please check out natureloverswalks.blogspot.com
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Re: Mt Tyndall: third time there, first time to see the view

Postby greyim » Sun 16 Nov, 2014 6:01 pm

Let me know when you're going (I'll avoid that week :-)
Nothing beats a nice camp fire
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Re: Mt Tyndall: third time there, first time to see the view

Postby naturelover » Sun 16 Nov, 2014 7:50 pm

Sure thing, Greyim :-)
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Re: Mt Tyndall: third time there, first time to see the view

Postby Tortoise » Sun 16 Nov, 2014 8:42 pm

Hey there naturelover,

Very well written, beautiful photos - I love your reports. I still haven't been to Geike either, but...well, let me think about it. One day when I'm back home, just maybe, if there's a really stable weather pattern...
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