Peaks and Cliffs

Trek ancient landscapes of Tasmania’s inland wilderness followed by walking atop some of the Southern Hemisphere’s highest sea cliffs. This 12-day adventure begins with the iconic Overland Track followed by the coastal wonder that is the Three Capes Track. It’s for the serious walker, willing to take on the elements and terrain for which the island is known. With mountain peaks and kilometres of undulating trails, it is no walk in the park. But with challenge comes grand reward.

Like your journeys epic? Peaks and Cliffs is for you. It begins in the heart of World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park for The Cradle Mountain Huts Walk. We set out on the famed Overland Track, a six day journey staying in the park’s only private huts. Rainforest-hugged alpine tarns, dolerite peaks and vast button grass plains are our constant across six days.

It’s then onward to the bustling capital of Hobart for a well-earned rest day before the wilderness calls once more. We’ll whisk you down to the dramatic Tasman Peninsula early the next day to begin the Three Capes Lodge Walk. Think wild Southern Ocean views as your loyal neighbour, 37,000 years of history to ponder and architecturally-designed lodges on this trek. It also comes complete with exquisite massages rivalled only by the lodge views.

Gondwanan forests to edge-of-the-world cliffs; on our Peaks and Cliffs epic you’ll walk over 100 of Tasmania’s finest kilometres.

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