I could walk this kind of track non stop.
We went to Bendigo (largish country town in Central Victoria) for the weekend. Had to wear my newly refurbished boots on a walk in the forest south of Bendigo. Being in the gold rush country, we wound up of course in landscapes full of mineshafts and mullock heaps.
Off the track up the hill I saw lots of evidence of mining, and there was a red mark painted on one of the trees which I took as a warning. No falling
into mineshafts for me, thank you. But sometimes we do venture closer to the edge and try to peer in. To judge how deep the shaft goes we throw stones up in the air so they drop into the centre of the hole and listen to see how long they keep bouncing down.