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Shower Cave Falls and Cleft Rock Falls

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Meander Conservation Area

Shower Cave Falls and Cleft Rock Falls is a 2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Meander, Tasmania, Australia that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 912 ft Route type Out & Back
Hiking Nature trips Walking Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Wildlife
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Belinda Donaldson
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WalkingMuddy

We took our very active 9 year old and had a blast. It is not an easy walk but its a worthwhile walk.

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Keith Nicholls
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I went last year with 2 mates, and this section was absolutely wonderful. by far one of my favourite tracks. Steep and boggy at times, parts where washed out, we where walking down tracks that turned into literal waterfalls. But had a hoot. I'd make sure it's not too wet next time. We went up to the top of the track and tried to take the track over meander crag to Meander Falls. I wouldn't recommend doing that section without plenty of daylight and good weather. i underestimated the time it would take to cross the crag, mid crossing night came, we got saturated in rain, snow and battered by wind. Brought plenty of emergency provisions (don't go anywhere without double bagged dry thermals and jacket. and a shelter), survived in a limp tent in a rocky patch of trees at 1200m. Distance is not the only indicator of travel time. Terrain is critical. Bring emergency equipment. Cold Clammy Cotton Can't Come Camping. And the Huntsmans hideaway hut turns into the most beautiful place of refuge when you get stuck and make it back. And also, you never know, rent an EPIRB from Service Tas.

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Ken Troughton
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First to Review

great short walk quite challenging

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matthew reid
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Jason Cole
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Joanne Parry
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Joanne Parry
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Judith Dobson
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Marinus de Wilde
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Dianne Maynard
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