From Ranger Bivvy to Fenwick / Poulter confluence via Ranger Biv track
Distance: 4.1 km (2.0 DOC hours) - Tramping track - Easy-moderate terrain
Altitude: 608m to 1255m. Gain: 4m. Loss: 647m . Gradient: 9 deg (Moderate)
Skills: - Occasional rivers (3/6) Winter - Snow/ice underfoot (2/7)
GPX info source: Drawn on map

A good cut/tape-marked track drops mainly down the spur from Ranger Biv into the flats low in Fenwick Stream.

The track starts on the bush edge in front of Ranger Biv. It was cut and marked with tape & old permolat by volunteers (Frank King and Honora Renwick) and has recently been adopted by the Orange Fronted Parakeet predator trappers as part of their extensive trapline network in the Poulter Valley. The track ends at the head of gravel flats in the lower Fenwick Stream - on the northern bank where maps show the clearings ending. Follow the riverbed down from there, cross the Poulter (knee deep in low-normal flows) and intersect the ATV track up flats on the the western bank of the Poulter.

Last updated by: Honora at 2020-10-19 02:07:49. Experienced: 2019-01-07
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