Did all of those. I based my trip on the information you initially posted up. From what I remember all were easier than Milmed Rock track. Some soft sand in patches but Tyre pressure down and momentum up and no dramas. Was excellent fun. Will be doing them again.Oh that's annoying, I think if you open it on a desktop browser it will work.
Anyway, tracks I wanna know about are: north-south track, Eagle track, moonah track, and gunners track!!
Ever been on them?
I am super excited haha.
Did all of those. I based my trip on the information you initially posted up. From what I remember all were easier than Milmed Rock track. Some soft sand in patches but Tyre pressure down and momentum up and no dramas. Was excellent fun. Will be doing them again.
I skipped snowdrift or whatever it’s called as I was time short. Wish I hadn’t.
Legend, thanks mate!!!All those tracks are pretty easy and no special requirements, some reasonable clearance, lower tire pressures, don't tow 2.5 ton and anyone could drive them.
Possibly even easier this year due to such a high rain fall but I am not sure how much that area has had but more rain makes sand much easier, the clay based access roads in and out of the parks are treacherous when wet
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I am doing this trip over Easter weekend, would you have any idea if the tracks I have selected have big dune climbs on them?
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Would seriously appreciate your input.
Did all of those.Oh wow! Just to confirm, you did the tracks above? I was worried about gunners track and North South track but you say its not so bad?
Did all of those.
yeah there are some great tracks there and some places where i thought were impossible for a vehicle to go but heh that’s for sure our first trip there was 08 we were all young had cheap 4wds all with open centres, the crossing on Macalister river track were all over the bonnet we thought...4x4earth.com
The first sandy track I hit, Purra track (or possibly an unnamed track just West of it), going around the top of Lake Albcutya from the Western shore campsite, to (and becoming) Wembulin track was the most sketchy. I was on my own, with my young bloke. I was well supplied and people knew exactly where we were going, but I was a bit nervous. The sand was soft in spots and bumpy. I probably drove it a bit too quick. I calmed down and slowed down a bit after that and the going was better.Oh great pics OP!
Look pretty good, spoke to the ranger and he said they were all graded recently so that makes it even better!!
How do you rate the tracks? Good fun? And can you recommend any areas perfect for photography?