A mate and I headed out of the city first thing this morning to Cunningham’s Gap: a break in the Great Dividing Range of the East Coast of Australia where there’s a few trails to some of the peaks.
Today we tackled Mount Cordeaux and then Bare Rock which is an extension to the same trail.
It was sunny when we got to Mount Cordeaux but as we arrived to Bare Rock fog had crept up and over the mountain which gave us some great contrasting landscapes.
There was another little trail off the main track called Morgan’s Walk which was short but overgrown and not really worth it.
The walk was very graded and there weren’t any tough parts which was a little disappointing but the views, particularly from Cordeaux made the trip worthwhile.
Distance: 14.3km return
Altitude Gain: 610m
Time: 2:19 up 1:36 down (with breaks)