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4 days ago

An absolutely stunning coastal cave.

Quite a hard hike but very beautiful and the view is worth it!

Very pretty. An easy hike but lots to look at

A great hike for the fam.

Fantastic scenery, although the track feels a little "over-engineered" and designed to attract people who don't have much Tasmanian hiking experience. I would recommend the free version of this walk, done in one day or as an overnight walk:

https://hikingtheworld.blog/2017/01/14/three-capes-in-a-day/

Fantastic walk - took three days, but would be possible in two (approx 42km). The camping spots are nice, although at Wineglass Bay try and get a spot facing the beach (the area away from the beach and near the creek have hundreds of mosquitoes at night!). The side-track to Mt Freycinet is worth doing for the incredible views.
Track notes & photos: https://hikingtheworld.blog/2017/01/27/freycinet-peninsula/

Solid and relentless climb to the top, but worth the effort for the view over Flinders Island. Despite hiking on a clear day, there was a fair bit of cloud swirling around the peak!

Overcrowded both at the lookout and on the beach. Absolute tourist trap! Nicer beaches to be found elsewhere without the traffic...

21 days ago

A great walk with an amazing view

Most breathe taking scenery and truly life changing experience! Would do every year!

Great veiws!

a well maintained track that provided remarkable views.

hiking
1 month ago

Well marked, with a combination of bouldering and graded trails. Some very steep sections requiring scrambling across large, steep rockfaces; definitely requires a good degree of fitness. The views however are definitely worth it. Do not attempt in wet conditions, and bring decent shoes.

This walk showcases some of the best beaches I've seen. Best done on a sunny day to let the colours fully come through. The walk can be done in around 4hrs but take lunch and take the day to enjoy the beaches. My favourite was the west end of Hazard beach. Beautiful sand and rocks to swim from.

2 months ago

This walk is well worth the effort with the return trip along the gorge back to the beginning. The gorge adds a little more complexity but is worth the effort. It is rock hopping all the way but the pools offer a welcome relief. The round trip took a leisurely 3.5hrs. I would suggest taking lunch and making a day of it.

walking
2 months ago

A mix of boardwalks and trail, plenty of good views.

Just stunning, even in the rain!

We drove from Launceston at 3.30am to catch the sunrise at dove lake. Although it was a misty morning with a lot of cloud cover we were still taken back by the quiet and stillness of the lake. We began the circuit at 7am with the whole track to ourselves. Small areas of snow had not melted yet and created a light white blanket in areas over the mossy green! it truely was a magical morning and we felt like the only people in the word. I highly recommend making tye effort to escape those warm beds in the early morning and heading up the mountain to view its beauty in a quiet stillness. 10/10!!

hiking
4 months ago

It's a long journey to the end, and there are lots of stairs along the way, but in the end the view is worth the hike! The rock stairs along the way are very well maintained.

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