Dead Man’s Pass – recent rains

In Outer Barossa we are blessed with many great bike/walking paths right in town. One of the best is the rather gloomily named Dead Man’s Pass. (Why so named? There’s an account for it here). Despite the name, this is a beautiful place for a walk. Even though the new link road and bridge acrossContinue reading “Dead Man’s Pass – recent rains”

Little Kaiserstuhl Walk

Saturday we headed to the Barossa backblocks to try a section of the Little Kaiserstuhl walk. There was a lot of snakey looking grass, but old vehicle trails made it easy to walk while keeping a lookout for any wildlife. In the end, apart from some interesting bird sightings, it was just us and theContinue reading “Little Kaiserstuhl Walk”

Barossa bike ride – Lyndoch to Tanunda

The Barossa Trail runs from Gawler to Angaston. We’ve ridden the Gawler to Lyndoch section a number of times, which is a lovely ride. So for something different we did the Lyndoch to Tanunda (15k) leg. There are some hills, many more bumps than Gawler to Lyndoch, but it’s a beautiful ride with some greatContinue reading “Barossa bike ride – Lyndoch to Tanunda”

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