These are a selection of rather older galleries that have not yet been updated, but why miss out on them completely just because they are not
quite as shiny as the new ones?
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The Munja Track
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The Munja Track is 220 km long. Some of it is relatively flat and easy, but some of it is incredibly rough and slow. There are numerous creek crossings, some of which are difficult. The following photos give you a taste of what you can expect.
The track goes through a number of relatively boggy areas and does not normally become passable until July.
With a track like this, it is inevitable that you will have to camp next to the track on every trip which uses it. The photo at the right shows one of these campsites.
Travelling the Munja Track is an experience not to be missed. Travelling it twice on one trip seems excessive so all our trips are scheduled to fly in or out.
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Charnley Trip Notes