Three Capes Track is a 28 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Fortescue, Tasmania, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Distance: 28.0 miles Elevation Gain: 9,967 feet Route Type: Point to Point

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This is an incredible trek not far from Hobart! The track is well-maintained with huts along the way. Expect sweeping cliff views. PLEASE NOTE this multi-day hike requires access via boat from Port Arthur. Trailhead located on map is inaccessible by foot. There are only 48 slots available to hikers each day, so please book in advance to ensure entry.

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3 months ago

Such a fantastic walk start to end. So much hard work has been put into creating and maintaining the paths so that people with all levels of hiking experience can do it. Now I've done it once, I want to go back and do it again!

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3 months ago

FANTASTIC Experience

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3 months ago

This is an amazing hike. The scenery is fantastic and very beautiful. The track and cabins are wonderfully maintained. The weather can be character-building, but that was all part of the adventure. The rangers were friendly and helpful. This is a great hike to do with your partner or some friends.

5 months ago

Incredibly maintained trail with art work around every corner!

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8 months ago

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

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9 months ago

Wonderful nature and cabins. Very lucky with the weather in mid August. Only minus was the large extend of board walks as it reduced the true feeling of nature.

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9 months ago

very good views, good tracks lots of stairs

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Mon Mar 25 2019

First section done. Nice and easy. wonderful cabins and facilities .

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Tue Mar 19 2019

The views of this track at amazing! The way to the cape and also from cape and blade it self. I did the 4 day/3 nights Version with the new very comfortable eco-huts. These are really outstanding!! What I didn‘t like was the, maybe too well, preparation of the track. Too many boardwalks! Leave your poles at home. The hike it self is NOT demanding, moderate ascents, no problems with the path conditions, very easy to walk. Take something for barbecue the first night, huge gas grill! I can recommend the three Capes Track experience (500 Dollar) if you would like to enjoy the luxury huts, friendly host rangers, etc. For more individualistic hikers I would suggest to take a tent and do the track with a night camping on bare knoll (new camp spot). Worth to experience sun set and sun rise on the cape tho!

Tue Jan 01 2019

Breath taking views, and ever-changing environments. I GPS tracked the entire walk which was actually 50km total.

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Sun Jun 24 2018

The 4 day (3 night) walk is a great way to see the rugged coastline of Tasmania and take in some of the most stunning views in the South of the island. The huts are wonderfully maintained and above average for trail accommodation!

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Sun Apr 15 2018

(Done as a 4 day walk with hut accommodation) Beautiful scenery. Walk was designed as an introduction to multiday hiking, and for families so might be a bit "cushy" for the seasoned hiker who likes to rough it. The distances each day aren't long, so walk slowly and enjoy the landscape. Rangers are excellent, facilities great. You can do the walk without staying at the huts.

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Sat Mar 10 2018

The views on this hike are spectacular, the overnight huts have well equipped kitchens and the beds are extremely comfortable. The rangers at the huts are a wealth of knowledge and their daily briefs are very informative. Each day has something amazing to offer, views, wildlife and the tracks are very well maintained. Best 4 days of my life, absolutely loved it.

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Sun Feb 11 2018

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/

Sun Jan 21 2018

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

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