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Super lovely and truely full of gobblins! ;)

wandern
3 days ago

Beautiful! And didn’t pass a soul, even better. Views, clear water, rocks, wildlife..this walk had it all. Took us 3 hours. So glad we found this one, enjoyed it most out of all our tassie walks. Free parking, but nowhere right get water so fill Up beforehand

I would say it s on the easy side of the moderate, as I found it quite easy walk. It s a lovely walk, you can even have a nice deep in the water falls if you feel too hot! :)

Incredible hike with lots of wildlife. Be sure to take the side trip to summit Mount Ossa, the highest peak in Tasmania!

awesome walk. did the whole 36km loop in 10 hours with a quick lunch and a laydown on Brian's beach. Was scorchin at the top of my Graham (December), bring water!!

At the fork where the loop starts you will see a sign pointing The Walls and Lake Adelaide. The side to The Walls (Solomon Thrones and Dixon's Kingdom) is really pretty, tracks are well formed and easy to walk. The other side (to Lake Adelaide), however, is really nasty. Tracks are flooded with deep mud everywhere, overgrown plants all the way, and you have to cross numerous of streams and you can get your feet completely wet if not careful. The scenery is not as good as the other side as well. We completed the loop clockwise as others had suggested here, and took us almost 14 hours (7.30 am to 9.15 pm), because the second half slowed us down considerably. I would only do the first half and return the same way the next time. From car park to fork: Well formed, lots of accenting. From fork to Dixon's Kingdom: Well formed, very beautiful scenery. From Dixon's Kingdom to Lake Ball: Very hard to see the track, must have a GPS, scenery is beautiful though, it's like walking into a no man's land as the track is nearly non existent. Follow the pink ribbons in some part. From Lake Ball back to the fork: The nasty part, muddy, overgrown, less beautiful scenery when compared. Overall: The walls of Jerusalem is a spectacular walk, it's my favourite walk in my 3 weeks Tassie trip with a lot of different hikes, highly recommended (The first half part).

wandern
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scrambling
29 days ago

Incredibly maintained trail with art work around every corner!

wandern
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steinig
1 month ago

Great challenging trail fantastic views

wandern
1 month ago

toujours fermé le 21 decembre 2019

Track up to Mount Jerusalem is well marked and gorgeous. The trail from the hut to Lake Ball is not obvious but you can follow the pink ribbons. Once at Lake Ball there are intermittent arrow signs but the trail is fairly narrow and gets confusing at times. Please take a GPS and make sure you’re on the right track. I got lost once and had to backtrack till my location matched the track provided by AllTrails. The second part from the hut via Lake Ball isn’t as gorgeous and I would even recommend skipping it unless you want to get more mileage or have an adventure. Stay safe and have fun!

wandern
2 months ago

Walked the Overland track twice (first time with a 8 and 6 y/o as well, second time with 4 kids) and also walked into Pine Valley from Lake StClair site, in winter. All walks enormously enjoyable. The winter one was stunning, we managed to have to hit to ourselves and were super cosy. Pity the secret has been out so long and it is busy for a big part of the year.

wandern
2 months ago

Awesome walk, but very tough. The hike from Lake Vera up to Barron Pass is steep and involves some minor scrambling. It is then a rocky 3km to Lake Tahune, involving careful steps with the heavy pack. Slow going. Great new hut though, solar powered and with heating. The final climb to the summit has a tricky climbing section, up a rock chimney and then an exposed ledge. Doable, but hard. Amazing views from Barron Pass onwards though. Be careful of snakes in the Loddon planes as well, plenty about.

wandern
2 months ago

yestie i was there 25 oct 2019 but the track was closed.better to confirm before you go because its to far.

We went in August so there was plenty of water in the hut at Cooks beach, but other than that there are no creeks etc to fill up bottles in. It was a great time of year to go with not many people around and still some lovely days. Just very cool at night with no camp fires allowed.

Back half is pretty rough but the walls trails are great.

Amazing trail ... loved Mt Graham, steep in parts, little bit of scrambling ... completed the full 36.7km in 8hrs, that was pushing it ... if you want to really take it all in, would recommend camping the night at Cook’s Beach where there’s a camping area and rain water tanks to top up your packs!

wandern
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sturmholz
3 months ago

Weather was at its finest! In 5 days we saw sun, shade, snow, hail, pelting rain and showers. We had plenty of fallen trees to scramble over and mud to traverse! Lots of mud!! A little bit of everything. It made an extraordinary trail all the more challenging. Huts were clean but almost all had no heat. Toilets were compost. A few bodies made it tolerable. We made nice friends along the way and compared notes. With a bit of training and proper gear it is a wonderful experience never to be forgotten.

on Three Capes Track

wandern
3 months ago

Fantastic hike. Cabins were well set up & comfortable. We were fortunate with the weather. Incredible way to experience some spectacular coastline.

Beautiful hike lots of wildflowers and wildlife

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