Sharing another spontaneous adventure in Canberra.
Located a few kilometres from Gungahlin, in the small town named Hall is One Tree Hill. Sitting on the border of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, this hill provides spectacular views of mountain ranges in the distant horizon, the plain grasslands of Canberra, its city and the paved soil paths in preparation for new suburbs to emerge.
Climbing around the mountain, instead of directly upwards, the hike provided a view from all angles which blended well with the clear blue skies and clean crisp air.
The silence was spectacular, only the sound of birds to break it, even then there was a great sense of calmness.
Typical Australian wildlife was also spotted, an echidna and wallaby to add to the experience.
As daylight faded, clear blue, to pink, the sun set to reveal a blanket of orange as darkness approached.
The walk, long and leisurely, picturesque, with clean fresh air, there is no better way to spend an evening at home.