Bush walks - Under 10km

09 Aug 2016

The cold zapped the power out of my phone and my back up charger went from 100% to 0% within 10 minutes. In the morning when I woke the conditions were worse and visibility was very minimal, not being able to see ahead to the next post where to walk due to the thick fog and the blinding snow. I had heard there were going to be 10 foot snow drops ahead and conditions over the next 48 hours worsening.

15 Apr 2017

Come on the hunt for Little Peter Rabbit, whilst experiencing magnificent waterfalls and the beautiful scenery of
Mount Field National Park

24 Mar 2016

Shipsterns is very popular with avid surfers and is known worldwide as a place to surf because it has some of the most dangerous breaks, not for the faint hearted. Parts of this walk (the end) is very challenging (mostly on the way back up) you will find yourself climbing very steep rocky paths. It was all worth it though in the end, because you got to take away the memory of arriving to the bottom of Shipsterns where you can sit down and take in the serenity of the massive waves thunderously crashing against the rocks. It's peaceful, untouched and special.

19 Feb 2016

Today I decided to go exploring and find more hidden treasures Tasmania has to hide so I headed up Mount Wellington and did the Organ Pipes Track. This track is a round circuit, half way you will stumble upon the treasure trove of dolerite columns that majestically soar up into the heavens!!

23 Apr 2016

WOW is all I can say!!  Yesterday I got to experience the beauty of Liffey Falls. It is the prettiest most majestical place I have ever been to!! A walk filled with so many wonderful things.

25 Sep 2015

The majority of the track is flat with only two steep climbs, one at the beginning and one at the end. You will hit the end when you walk up a steep hill and there are two power towers and a great view over the Derwent River.

20 Jul 2016

The never ending climb with no end in sight, literally...the whole walk you cannot see the summit so you have no idea as to where you are at in the walk until you hit the top. Was the climb worth it? DEFINITELY!!  When I reached the summit I was greeted by amazing views overlooking the Tasmanian wilderness.

09 Jul 2016

Today was spent at Mount Field East National Park on a 5hr slog walking up icy boulders, trudging through thick mud, having fun in icy puddles and experiencing spectacular views of Lake Fenton, Lake Nicholls and the far away mountains caps covered in snow. I’ve got to say a hot shower never felt so good!!! It was defiantly an enjoyable walk though.

27 Feb 2016

Today we jumped in the car and headed down the southern outlet for a walk at Pelverata Falls. The walk was nice, but probably not one of my favourites. Due to the time of year, and lack of rain, the falls were dry but it would be quite spectacular in the wetter months.

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