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What an experience! The track, the scenery, the tranquility, the challenge! It was all amazing. Our group was lucky to have two fantastic guides in Vito and Sanja who looked after us every step of the way and then some. It was the first time they were partnered for a trip but you would have thought they had worked together for years given the fun, banter and professionalism they displayed in working together Their passion for our environment in general but in particular their love for the track and its history was contagious. They opened our eyes to a lot more than we would have observed or understood had we not had them to guide and support us. We experienced a full range of weather and track conditions and loved every minute of it. Well almost. But I did learn to just 'walk straight through the puddles and mud' and embraced it. I also wish I was still on 'mountain time.' Fantastic company to deal with and amazing staff from booking to final farewell.
Cradle Mountain : October 2018
Outstanding hike with excellent guides. Our hiking companions were also the best we've experienced. Beautiful countryside and lots of wildlife. Pictures attached. Continue
Cradle Mountain : April 2019
Bloody fabulous few days. Good tough hiking, brilliant guides ( Linton and Chloe) kept good energy up. A nice glass of red and a hot shower at the end of the day, followed by a delicious dinner. Loved every minute … Continue
12 Apostles : April 2019
Wow! Everything I hoped for and so much more. I travelled on my own, and was not disappointed from the moment our lovely guide Darlene picked us up in Melbourne. The team at the lodge really cater for everything with … Continue
Three Capes : April 2019
This was our second experience with the TWC, the first being the Bay of Fires at least a decade ago. The walk is brilliant - especially days two and three. The changing scenery (including the extraordinary vegetation, let alone the … Continue