15 March 2013

Get outdoors with some great upcoming trips

Grampians Intro Tour

Photo courtesy of RMIT Outdoors club.

Did you know the RMIT Outdoors Club runs regular trips in a large range of outdoor activities?

This includes bushwalking, rock climbing, cross country and backcountry skiing, mountain biking, caving, kayaking and rafting, orienteering and rogaining, wildlife watching, mountaineering, adventure racing and regular social events.

Did you also know you don’t have to be skilled in these activities? The club offers plenty of trips for beginners.

Some of our upcoming trips include:

  • beginner kayaking - paddle around on the Yarra River at Pound Bend, Warrandyte
  • bushwalking in the high country (Baw Baw Plateau) - an 18km walk through beautiful alpine snow gum forest, with spectacular views of the great dividing range
  • Six hour rogaine suitable for beginners - if you like bushwalking then why not try rogaining, which is a fun navigation sport
  • beginner friendly rock climbing trip - camels hump, Macedon Ranges
  • Ada Valley and the Ada Tree - walk through beautiful rainforest and see one of the biggest trees in Australia, the Ada mountain ash tree. At 270 years old it is 76m tall.

Plus many more trips (as well as training sessions).

All outdoor trips require membership of the club, which is $30/year for RMIT students.

For more information visit RMIT Outdoors Club.

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