Sugar Pine Walk
Sugar Pine walk is a beautiful full colour photograph presented by Josephine Caruana of Jo. C. Photography.
This photo by Josephine Caruana was taken at the Sugar Pine Walk can be found at Laurel Hill south of Batlow on the Tumbarumba Rd.
Anyone who has visited this area agree it’s one of the best kept secrets in NSW! Take the short stroll amongst a dense stand of enormous sugar pines planted in 1928. This species is the largest and tallest of all pines. Although the actual walk is only 500m in length it is an awe-inspiring experience. The canopy of the towering pine trees meet overhead while every footfall is softened by the carpet of pine needles. This natural cathedral is breath-taking in all seasons but has an extra magic when covered with snow. The walk links with other forest trails so if you would like a longer walk get a map and explore further. Situated within Bago State Forest it is the perfect start to an off the beaten track drive, Drive on to Pilot Hill Aboretum where you'll find a pleasant picnic area and an interesting wander through over 40 species of conifers and hardwoods.
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