"In this journey the seeker becometh witness to a myriad changes and transformations, confluences and divergences. He beholdeth the wonders of Divinity in the mysteries of creation and discovereth the paths of guidance and the ways of his Lord. Such is the station reached by them that search after God, and such are the heights attained by those who hasten unto Him." (Baha'u'llah)
The Heights we are seeking to attain on Saturday 17th September are the two magnificent view points at Leven Canyon.
The canyon is one of the more spectacular easily accessed sights in Tasmania as you can see at:
and there is more information at
We will be meeting as usual at 12 noon in the car park. It is a longish run from Launceston. Google has it at just under two hours but much shorter from Devonport. For most people the easiest route will be to follow the Bass Highway to near Ulverstone and then:
- Take the B15 exit to Ulverstone/Sprent/Leven Canyon
- After 400m turn right onto Castro Rd/B15
- After 29km turn right onto Cullens Rd
- Another 2 kms bring you to the reserve.