The plan was to find a track through the Redmond State Forest, that forded the Hay River and would take us to the Mt Lindesay area. These roads/tracks are in the forests northwest of Albany and north of Denmark. Andreas (650 XC), John (F800 GS), Bosch (Husky 610), Mark (DR650) and I (650 Dakar) rode out to Torbay & met up with Adrian (640 Adv) before heading north towards the state forests. Is this the right track into the forest? I'm sure this is the track My iPhone says we go up this track I think we're on the wrong track Well, at least we know it's not that way Haven't we been through this puddle? I'm sure it wasn't this greasy the first time we came through The ford was much easier to cross than to find Stopping for another chat And noticing that, despite coming from Wales, Adrian has the word SCOTT embossed on his forehead. We came out of the forest to skirt some farmland and had a ball on Nutcracker Rd before hitting Mt Lindesay Rd. I didn't get many pics of the most challenging & enjoyable sections as I was somewhat preoccupied through there. We hit the tar again at Scotsdale Road and then found some back roads up to Mt Shadforth Rd where we found the Southern End - an ideal spot for a 'debrief'. We all agreed the tracks were in prime condition, some recent rain meant the sand was still damp and firm, not much dust on the gravel and the wet sections were much easier than usual. A great afternoon's ride and only about a 60km ride home. Thanks to John for some of the pics.