Wroxie Hayes

Cradle Mountain Huts Walk    December 2012

WOW!!! In every way. We were amazed at this wonderful experience. It was quite challenging, there are more long tiring hills than we expected. We had worried about weather, but have decided that every weather pattern brings its pros and cons..we had lots of rain, but still had lovely views, and the waterfalls were at winter levels, in December! We still walked in t shirts and waterproof pants! We swam, we laughed, we ate we drank, we slept..all in great comfort. Congrats to Cradle Mountain Huts. We were told before we went "all their guides are great"..what a recommendation and very true in our case-2 great young men with passion for the environment and wonderful people skills. We couldn't believe the way the terrain changed throughout every day-plains, rain forest, myrtle, lakes, waterfalls.... stunning - a dream come true for us! Thanks to all.

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