Ridgelines and Good Times

There were a few hiccups trying to gain access to an area we had lined up for the weekend but luckily, Carl managed to wangle access to a private station on the East Coast. Early Saturday morning, with small digits on the mercury and heavy fog down to 4 bike length visibility at times, we made our way to the station.

Stopping in at Culverden for a hot coffee and to warm up by the Red Post Cafe's fire
A skinny 3 degrees
Our accommodation for the night, some old shearer�s quarters. After stripping the gear off our bikes, we set off for an explore�
After a great day on some wet slippery tracks it was back to camp and crank up a fire to keep us warm as a layer of frost grew around us and the fire that evening
The next morning was exploring more new tracks
Ian being a hooligan =)
After a couple of great days of riding, albeit far too short, we exited the station by heading up a river that linked up with a tarmac road leading home. A great way to wind up the trip
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