Dadder Cave Track – (Optionally Jack Evans Track)

Car Pool Form

Hike Plan

You will have two options, either you do a 6 KM return from Dadder Cave or you can take the 11KM Jack Evans Track which is advanced level track. We will all meet back at the car park.

28th February
Early MorningDeparture of cars will happen on individual basis, based on the travel time. We need to be at the Pisgah Rock Car Park before 7:15AM sharp.Fill Car Pool Form above
7:15 AMGather at the Pisgah Rock Car ParkSee plan picture below
7:25 AMQuick Hike Guide by Sydhikers Guides and Members’ Introduction
7:30 AMStart of the hike
7:55 AMAttic Caves
8:00 AMPisgah Rock LookoutTake your selfies 🙂
8:35 AMJunction of Erskine Creek and Lincoln CreekTake a Swim?
9:20 AMDadder Cave
10:30 AMJunction of Erskine & Lincoln Creek
11:30AM Back to Car Park for Short Track Hikers Option 1
12:30AMExpert Hikers can take de-tour and take Jack Evans Track to Natural Dam and Erskine Creek and get back to the car park
Head Home and have a big healthy brunch to treat yourself
Hike Plan

Pisgah Rock Car Park

This is how the car park looks like

Gear & Other things to bring

  • Sturdy hiking shoes
  • Water (at least 2 liters if its a hot day)
  • Rain Ponchos if there is a rain forecast
  • Hat
  • Energy Bars or Fruits
  • Jokes and Stories
  • Spare cloths and towel if you want to have a swim

Skill Level

Intermediate to Advance

As mentioned above, there are two options of this track. First option is 6KM loop and is intermediate. It requires a bit of climb so its not an EASY hike by any means if you are new.

Option 2 is a de-tour to Jack Evans Track which is steep and without a defined track, hence it is hard and advanced level. If you are not and advanced level hiker, we would recommend you to head back to car park from the Erskin&Lincoln Creek Junction.

Distance Covered / Time Taken

Option 1:

6KM Loop and takes about 3.5 hours

Option 2:

11KM loop and takes about 5 hours

A Glimpse

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