Fi Baty

Cradle Mountain Huts Walk    March 2010

I close my eyes....& the memories of an awesome week come flooding back....I can see the mountains, the trees, those red & purple berries dangling on a thread, the shifting sky & the waterfalls...if I try harder I can hear those waterfalls & I can certainly smell the rain forest. Guided by two amazing young men John & NIck, we were taken on a 6 day journey awakening all our senses & leading us all into our own personal experiences. These two young lads (mature beyond their years) along with a fabulous group of people were the key reason behind an unforgettable trip & we certainly felt we were treated to the "best of the best". Anthology though must be congratulated for the obvious touches it brings to the experience beginning the moment you enter Quamby to "sort your gear" to the moment when you finish there to once again "sort your gear" & share in that last mouthful of food & drop of champagne, ensuring that the experience flows right to the very end. This certainly won't be my last walk across the overland with Anthology.

PS: Try closing your eyes sometime!!!!

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