From the information shelter just before Glenorchy township, an easy climb leads up the old Mt Judah Road, which sidles around the northern side of Mt Judah.
The track passes the Glenorchy Scheelite Battery and the State Mine before reaching a junction one hour and 30 minutes from the car park. From the junction continue up to the end of the Judah Road.
One thing I’ve seen arise within children in the last year of lockdowns is that “kids wear what adults project”.
By this I mean that children will pick up on the anxiety, stress, depression, courage, kindness, or gratitude, etc, of the main adults around them. They most probably won’t even know they are doing this, but their behaviour will be picking up on what we as adults are projecting. We might not even be aware of this, but children will pick up on our attitude very quickly.
It’s like when I was teaching. I could tell the kids that we were going to be doing an amazing topic in maths around algebra and say all the right things, and even smile. But if I really didn’t want to do it or enjoy it, there was no way I could fool the kids into this. As my words didn’t match my behaviours around this, despite what I was saying.
So with many things that are still out of our control here are some things to help us as adults in times that are unknown in nature, and can change any time the 1pm message from the Prime Minister occurs.