Carol

Cradle Mountain Huts Walk    December 2014

I have just returned after completing the Cradle Mountain Huts 6 day walk.

 

I just wanted to express my personal thanks in particular to our wonderful guides Anna and Nick. Not only were we looked after beautifully but both guides displayed a wealth of knowledge of Tasmania's history, flora and fauna. The walk was challenging but incredibly rewarding, the huts were cosy and well equiped with loads of interesting books and the local Tasmanian food was delicious. The logistics of the trip were excellent and I was impressed also with attention to detail - little things such as one of the guides always being at the door to welcome you into the hut with delicious smells wafting out the door after your long day of walking. So much thought and effort involved. Thankyou for making my holiday a memorable experience! :)

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