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Old 29-04-16
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I'm heading to Halls Gap to drive some tracks next week. Thanks for the info here guys, we'll be taking the Vic Parks track list and see where we end up.
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Hi all,

We did Victoria Range Tk from South to North on Friday morning. It had been drizzling all morning which unfortunately meant that the views were hindered by cloud, but the driving was fun.
Nothing too challenging, although the Northern end descent had some slippery sections which would add some difficulty heading up in the opposite direction.
We saw a few other vehicles, but it certainly wasn't busy.
All in all, the driving was easy with the majority completed in 4-High, with low range used for a short time to control descent speed. Terrain was mostly rock, with some clay areas, no boggy sections at all.
Travel time was approx 3 hrs from bitumen to bitumen.
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Another thread revival.

Anyone been in the Grampians of late. Thinking of doing something up there these holidays. Any good tracks that don't offer up too many challenges. My wife is not a happy 4X4 passenger, but the boys love it!!!

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Old 02-08-18
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Do Homestead track and stopat the escarpment half way up. A great medium rated drive with stunning views.
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