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We are the only guided walking company authorised by the Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service to climb the iconic "Blade" and walk the Three Capes Track. All our guided Three Capes Lodge Walks stay in the only private accommodation within the National Park. Our exclusive architect-designed lodges, Crescent Lodge and Cape Pillar Lodge feature twin-share rooms, hot showers, superb dining and lounge spaces and a range of Li'Tya spa treatments at the Cape Pillar Lodge Relaxation Pavillion. Walk with a lightweight pack (under 7kg), enjoy nightly three-course dinners and experience the full Three Capes Track with our world-class local guides leading the way.
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NEW WALK - FIRST DEPARTURE ON SATURDAY 19 DECEMBER 2020
Be whisked away from the hustle and bustle of Hobart on the first morning, escaping to the serenity of the Tasman Peninsula. By mid-morning find yourself on a secluded beach with views of soaring sea cliffs, before venturing across waters on your own private eco-cruise to Denman's Cove.
Stepping ashore, we're privileged to be the only guided walking company to have exclusive access on two sections of the Three Capes Track. By late afternoon we arrive at our exclusive lodge, nestled deep within the National Park (the only private accommodation inside the National Park). Settle in for an evening of comfort with unrivalled views and hospitality.
Day two and it's time to lace up your boots again, this time for our "adventure day" as we walk summit Arthur's Peak and journey through a diversity of wild landscapes, including rainforest and coastal heath to arrive mid-afternoon at Fortescue Bay. From here, we'll take you back to Hobart, where you'll have free time to experience the city's iconic waterfront before settling into our accommodation for the evening.
On our final day, travel in style by ferry to MONA to explore the famous underground museum and gallery complex.
Prices from $1,795 pp
Approximately 5 hours walking
Today we travel to the Tasman Peninsula. After a short side trip to Remarkable Cave, we lace our boots up to for a hike to the summit of Mount Brown to enjoy the vast panoramic views of the peninsula’s rugged coastline. We then descend to the coastline to meet our private eco-cruise, but not before exploring the enormous dunes and beautiful crystal waters of Crescent Bay. After a refreshing dip, it's time to cross the waters by boat, with stunning views back to Port Arthur and some of the highest dolerite cliffs in the southern hemisphere.
On arrival at Denman’s Cove it’s time to get the boots on again for the final two-hour walk to our accommodation deep inside the national park. Crescent Lodge is perched high, with far stretching views across Crescent Bay to Cape Raoul, with guest rooms spilling into the gully. Arrive ready to settle in with a warm shower as your guides-come-chefs prepare a three-course feast of local fare. Post dinner, take your Tassie pinot to a quiet deck for your own private sunset.
Approximately 7 hours walking
Wake to the silence of Crescent Lodge and wander down to the stunning dining room for a hearty breakfast to start the day. Then it's time to lace up your boots for our walk to Fortescue Bay. Today we will be walking through a diversity of landscapes and ecosystems, including exposed coastal heathlands, surprise pockets of coastal rainforest and climbing the peninsula's highest peak Mount Fortescue (490 metres above sea level). Enjoy lunch with leafy-framed ocean views overlooking The Monument. Arrive mid-afternoon at Fortescue Bay. This is your chance to drop the pack and sink your toes into the cool white sands or perhaps even take a celebratory dive into the crystal clear waves!
We then return to Hobart to celebrate our walk with canapes and a glass of sparkling. The evening is then yours to discover the cultural, heritage and culinary delights of Hobart, before settling in for a good night's rest at the Old Woolstore.
Explore Hobart at your own leisure in the morning. Stretch your legs and discover the many enchanting destinations within comfortable walking distance of your hotel, including Constitution Dock, Salamanca, Kelly's Steps, Arthur's Circus and Battery Point.
Mid-morning travel in style on the MONA ferry departing from the Brooke Street Pier on Hobart's waterfront. Voyage along the Derwent River beneath the imposing massif of Mount Wellington, passing beneath the infamous Tasman Bridge straddled between the Royal Botanical Gardens and Bellerive foreshore. Explore at your own leisure Hobart's Moorilla Winery and the mysterious and iconic MONA museum and art gallery. Return by boat to Hobart.