Update for edition 2, 2012

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This page will be regularly updated several times each year. Most changes result from our own trips - very few bushwalkers ever write in and provide corrections. Only major changes that effect trip planning or navigation are shown here. Updates to the first edition have now been deleted as the second edition is now available.
Walk 4, pages  32 to 35, Cape Hauy has been mispelt, it should be Hauy (not Huay). With completion of construction work for the Three Capes Walk, the tracks to Cape Hauy and Mt Fortescue have been significantly upgraded. A negative has been that walkers are not allowed to walk from the Cape Hauy track to Mt Fortescue. This cuts the described walk to the cape Hauy varitaion only.
Walk 16, page 86 6.0km there is now a bridge across the Anne River, no need to wade.
Walk 17, page 89 Little Hugel, distance and time is for one way, double it for the return.

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