CBD has the story:
"Never one to shy away from the glare of the media, the University of Western Sydney's Steve Keen has launched a website to promote his forthcoming ascent of Australia's tallest peak, Mount Kosciuszko.
Keen is required to scale the hill as a result of losing his bet with the Macquarie economist Rory Robertson on the direction of house prices.
But rather than accept the victory of his more bullish opponent, it appears the professor is trying to muster the biggest gathering of market bears in Australian economic history. He has already coined the event ''Walking Against Australia's Property Mania.''
Keen will start his 224-kilometre walk from Parliament House in Canberra on April 15, and aside from a documentary crew, his girlfriend and a masseuse, he hopes to be accompanied by some of the 3000-odd members of his Debtwatch blog.
''I know I'm not the only person in Australia who regards our house prices as crazy - not to mention economic policy which has become beholden to maintaining the property bubble,'' says Keen on his website keenwalk.com.
Keen hopes to cover about 30 kilometres a day. At least some good will come of the walk. While he plans to use the event to highlight his views, the walk will raise money for the charity Swags for Homeless."
Here's the ABC's story.
. Rory Robertson vs Steve Keen
. It's official: Rory wins
. House prices surge for 8th consecutive month - Steve Keen to walk to Kosciusko!