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Status History


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Green
1 year

All good. Nice and dry

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Green
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Green
3 years

All good

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Green
3 years

It has been grade so a bit soft in places but otherwise all good

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Green
3 years

Still good

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Green
3 years

Perfect

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Green
4 years

Dry on Saturday

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Green
4 years

Assuming trail is open again as they are no longer performing Hazard reduction burns in the area nor is there any alerts on the parks page....

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Red
4 years

Hazard reduction burning in the area. best be safe and keep clear this week between 7th May to 10th May.

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Amber
4 years

It's all good except for a massive tree down after the creek climbing up to woodford

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Amber
4 years

There is a large tree down on the woodford side of Bedford creek just up from the concrete before corner. Caution may be required taking the last corner to the creek down from the Woodford end...

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Green
4 years

Fallen tree has now been removed

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Green
4 years

Have been just advised by NPWS that the tree on Andersens's descent was removed on the 3/1/2014.

I haven't been out there personally, but all should be good based on this report.

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Amber
4 years

Big tree is still down on descent to Bedford Creek. Hopefully NP's can get it cleared soon.

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Amber
4 years

The big tree is down otherwise it's all good

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Amber
4 years

Tree is still there. Grading and tree work being done on the Ingar if you're heading round that way.

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Amber
4 years

There's a big tree down which takes a bit to get around

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Amber
5 years

Huge tree down just before the final run to the creek - completely across the track. Still lots of sticks and things around so take care.

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Amber
5 years

Lots of dérailleur eating sticks and small branches.
There is a small, easily bunny-hopped tree down across the track past where the bridge used to be.

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Green
5 years

A little bit rough on corrugated roads until the Anderson's gate but otherwise a nice fast ride (that is, until the climb from the creek!). A lot of it hasn't grown back from the HR burns so...

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Amber
5 years

Beware - there is currently a high level of zombie activity in the area.
An unwanted encounter with the un-dead may lead to severe injuries along with being co-opted into this slowly marching...

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Red
5 years

Andersons is closed for Hazard Reduction burns as from Saturday the 27th of April.

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Amber
5 years

Did Ingar and Andersons loop yesterday. Tablelands road was closed (signs & barricades) 1k before the QV Hospital but the hospital supply vehicles and walkers/cyclists went thru.

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Red
5 years

Due to a bushfire burning at Kedumba Walls, NPWS have posted the following:-

Fires

As a safety precaution, Kings Tableland Road, Wentworth Falls has been closed at the park boundary...

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Green
6 years

Did this on Saturday 26th - trail in great condition; as good as I remember ten years ago. No mud or water on the track. The first creek was rideable (though the brake discs hissed, apparently)....

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Amber
6 years

Some trees down, lots of big branches and sticks etc. Nearly busted my rear der. Must have been quite windy up there.

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Green
6 years

Perfect all the way. Creeks easy to cross.

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Green
6 years

Riding really well, good, clear line and no puddles. The creeks at the bottom were reasonably high but not so much to cover the "walking rocks", passable without floaties.

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Red
6 years

Haven't ridden it, but local knowledge and common sense tells me to let everyone to stay of the trail at the moment. Saw a rider heading down there this morning,...

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Green
6 years

A few muddy spots but generally pretty good.

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Green
6 years

did the andersons yesterday and it was a perfect day. the 2 river crossings are just welcoming knee-deep refreshments. there is some mud on the track but thats part of the show, isn't it ? i...

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Green
6 years

All good here. There's a little bit of water on the trails but nothing to worry about. You can cross the creeks and keep your feet mostly dry.

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Amber
6 years

Creeks are a bit high. You'll need to take your shoes off to cross if you don't want them wet. That log was 50% under water. Basically knee deep crossing for both creeks.

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Green
6 years

GREAT! Creek is flowing heavily though; almost up to my hips. Just walk through and carry your bike.

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Green
6 years

GREAT! Creek is flowing heavily though; almost up to my hips. Just walk through and carry your bike.

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Green
7 years

Nice and dry

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Green
7 years

All good, some soft damp sections on the way out from Bedford Creek makes the climb a little more challenging!

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Green
7 years

All good. A little soft in places from the recent grading but all all very rideable.

Ingar is good to.

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Green
7 years

All clear - trail now graded out of Bedford Creek to Woodford so pretty steady going with no traction problems. They have also done the Ingar fire trail as well if you are going back to Wentworth...

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Green
7 years

track is smooth and clear, nothing that will hold back the thrill seekers, ride out from creek has been graded and is almost as smooth as tarmac, making the climb possible! The creek is above...

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Amber
7 years

Andersons itself is dry dry dry. The down/up hill to Bedford Ck however has been very badly graded and is in my view unfinished. Thick deep loose mud all the way from top to bottom making todays...

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Green
7 years

The track is 95% dry...Creeks are still up.

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Green
7 years

All good today. Some water in a couple of the usual soaks but not too bad.
Both creeks were up slightly.
The track out of Queen Vic creek has bee churned up by the Wild Endurance runners...

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Green
7 years

all is good

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Green
7 years

All good here

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Green
7 years

Rode Yesterday, A few small puddles here and there. Creeks were low and crossible.

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Green
8 years

Rode Sunday and all good.

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Green
8 years

Track is in decent condition. Fast on the way down, slow on the way up! Both creek crossings were almost knee deep today.

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Green
8 years

a joy and all things we love about andos, the re-shaping after the long close has made the bottom section super duper fast - show care newbies.

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Green
8 years

Rode Ando's yesterday. The trail is in very good condition, in fact too good. As previous report says, it's now like a highway - you could drive a Corolla down the trail. There are no babyheads...

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Green
8 years

Trail now open. Freshly graded, very smooth and fast with very few water bars and no rocks gardens at all - A completely different trail.

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Red
8 years

According to a phone call put into NPWS, Andos is closed for tree clearing.

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Amber
8 years

Judging from the NPWS website, the trail appears to be open, however the 'trail closed' sign from back in november still hangs onto the gate at the start. Its pretty weathered and looks as though...

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Amber
8 years

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks...

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Red
8 years

Last update: 23/11/2009 2:05:00 PM
http://...

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Green
8 years

RFS update page shows TFB removed and fire danger decreased: http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/...

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Red
9 years

TFB Friday 20th

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Red
9 years

Closed according to http://www.environment.nsw....

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Red
9 years

It's probably best to stay away from Andos at the moment as there is a fire burning in the area of Red Ridge Fire Trail, approximately 10km south of Wentworth Falls. See...

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Green
9 years

nothing untoward at the moment
sweet ride
one small tree down over the trail, navigatable
creek crossings intact to not get the footsies wet
chair lift up bedford creek still...

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Green
9 years

Yup, all good nothing of any concern here.

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Green
9 years

Perfect Smiling

Tracks are nice and fast, no puddles at all....

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Green
9 years

Trail is in good condition, the down hill section after the gate is lose and rocky and fast. Both crossing have heaps of water in them and are about knee deep. the climb out is in good condition...

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