Snow bush walking

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Jindabyne, NSW, AU

With a total of 4 ski lifts to entertain us for 3 months it’s probably little wonder how that got old.

Luckily, our ski resort was smack dab in the middle of a national freaking park and our friend Chris volunteered to show us how to successfully get lost bush walking without killing ourselves.

Why is it still called bush walking when all the bushes are buried in the snow?

No idea.  But the face plants were fun.

And the views were amazing.

So amazing in fact that Greg had an idea…

“Betcha I could climb that.  Tiffany, do we have Dan’s cell phone number?  I wanna do something painful and mildly lethal.”

 

This was not our first, or most difficult, adventure in bush walking.  Heck, it wasn’t even Kiwi moderate!

 

About the authors

Greg and Tiffany are traveling around the world on sailing yachts and keep a video blog of their (mis)adventures.  If sailing to Tahiti on a 44 ft sailboat, 3-day delays for wine tastings, getting pooped on by seagulls, opening coconuts with dull machetes, sailing past tornadoes and ukulele Christmas carols are for you, then check them out at www.CoastGuardCouple.com!

 

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