Walk Your Way To Health #4


Every month in 2017, Adelaide Paleo is teaming up with BPM Holistic Wellness to bring you a series of walking events so you can walk your way to health! These are casual walks outside in the great outdoors with a group of likeminded people. The first two for 2017 have been a huge success!

After conquering the (almost) 10km Chambers Gully trail in January, the February edition saw us do the Tatendi (easy) Trail in the gorgeous Onkaparinga River National Park. The trail starts next to the Chapel Hill & Samuel Gorge Wineries, it is a 30-60min return trip depending how much time is spent at the lookout which looks over the amazing gorge that the Onkaparinga River meanders through. The walk to the lookout had a few steady, but not too steep ascents and descents whilst making our way through the wild olive trees that are all throughout the park. The group all chatted away and enjoyed the sunshine before the rain clouds rolled in later that day. From the lookout you can see the river down below and the rolling hills in all other directions.

Once we made our way back to the start/end point of the walk, the few who could remain all made use of the great picnic area which is perfect for families with ample tables, toilets and BBQ’s. In the cooler months to come, I think a family & friend’s day might be in order to really enjoy the great outdoors we have in our own backyard.

So please come and join us at the next walk on the 4th March. Location will be in the north or east but is still to be confirmed so stay tuned on the Facebook event HERE. Please send through any of your favourite walks that you may have hiding up your sleeves. There are so many great walks in Adelaide, so we are always looking for new places to visit and to experience. We want to try and cater for all areas of Adelaide each month so it is fair to most people.

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