Northern Exposure

Our Tasmanian backyard is a land of extremes, from rugged mountain ranges to the azure clear waters of our north-east coastline. Our Northern Exposure expedition celebrates both; serving up harder yards along the Overland Track, followed by sandy sojourns on our Bay of Fires Lodge Walk. Do note, two back-to-back walks demand a heightened level of stamina. Get your challenging kilometres behind you then find yourself deep in a coastal tub on this 12-day epic journey.

Northern Exposure is a fitting blend of rainforest trekking and salty-sea-breeze wandering. It begins by slipping deep into World Heritage Wilderness on our Cradle Mountain Huts Walk for 6 days amongst ancient, rugged landscape. Retreat each evening to the only private huts in the park.

After a short break in Launceston, it’s time to lace up your boots and embark on the 4-day Bay of Fires Lodge Walk. Prepare for squeaky white sand beaches, fiery-orange lichen topped boulders and indigenous history that’ll stop you in your tracks. But keep walking. Your destination? The Bay of Fires Lodge. This idyllic lodge complete with well-earned foot spas, is your base for the final two nights. Here, sneak in a spa treatment, nap on the front deck or paddle your way across the smooth waters of Anson’s River by kayak.

Northern Exposure is about intrepid rainforest adventure and cruisy coastal days. Treat yourself.

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