spent the 1st half of the day treking around Territory Day Park, so would share with you guys some tips to treking in the forest.
3. Stick to the trail (you don’t want to get lost). Also watch where you put your feet, the “holes” in the ground are crab-holes.. Don’t crush them!
The trail is marked by red arrows or white cement painted stones:
red arrow on tree
4. If the going gets too tough, turn back. No-ones gonna call you a coward. This image is taken looking straight down the cliff (the white checkered stones are the steps to bring you down). Remember Safety First!
5. To quote from the movie “Peaceful Warrior“: “There’s never nothing going on.” This is especially true of the forest. Just keep your eyes and ears open:
The Territory Day Park is a 30-45 min trail connecting Drumsite on top of the cliff and Smith’s Point at the bottom. The trip down took me 2-3 hours, but that’s cos I stopped at every chirp and rustle. Going up took me 20-30 mins but I was panting from the exercise.
More pictures from my gallery here.