After two grueling weekends (Melbourne Marathon on 13th October 2013 and Lake Mountain Skyrun on 20th October 2013), it was time to take it a bit easy. We decided to spend the afternoon doing a bit of hiking at the Cathedral Range.
It was a clear day of sun and blue skies but every now and then the winds would tickle our skin.
It was a shame we started out so late as the harsh sunlight made photography a bit tricky.
|There's still a climb to the top!|
We spent so much time admiring and enjoying the view, taking pictures and just basking in the sun.
|Picture taken with my phone, hence the off colours.|
After 30 minutes or so, we reluctantly made a move to continue to the summit.
We had taken the Wells Cave Track, which lead us to this crevice. Apparently you're supposed to squeeze through it and come out from the other end. (See blog links below for a better idea.)
My question is, if I were fatter (or bigger boned), I won't be able to squeeze through it, will I?
I found a plague up high on the left side of the rock.