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Dear Ros and all Cradle Hut staff: I chose our hike in the Cradle Mountains to celebrate my 75th birthday.
After a lifetime of climbing and hiking, it seemed appropriate to be on the trail on my birthday. What a great choice! My husband and I were greatly impressed with the organization and attention to every detail of our trip. You are all wizards at making us feel welcome and appreciated. The greatest thanks go to our two guides, Tonia and Emily. They are amazing young women and I treasure the time we had with them over those six days. I knew my 75th birthday would be special, but little did I know that they would organize a costume party, a huge chocolate cake, and a very impressive birthday card on our last night as their way of saying Happy Birthday. Our Cradle Hut trek experience will be impossible to beat. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Bay of Fires : March 2009
The Motley Crew We’re on the Bay of Fires walk That’s what we are told This Motley Crew accepts our fate And steps out strong & bold Day one begins at Q estate And courtesies are shared Before we trek … Continue
Cradle Mountain : March 2011
I had the great experience of completing the six day walk with a group of fellow West Australians in March this year. We brought perfect weather with us and our guides Tonia and Sam were absolutely outstanding. To see you … Continue
Bay of Fires : January 2011
"Bay of Fires" where does one start - peaceful, beautiful, natural wonderland, the list is endless. This experience was a present from our beautiful children Daniel and Caitlin to celebrate our 50th birthdays together - wow how much do we … Continue
Cradle Mountain : April 2011
A wonderful trek. Initial apprehension about the famous Tassie weather evaporated into glorious sunshine, magnificent views, great company and delicious meals. Highlights would have been the summits of Cradle & Ossa, plus all the fantastic side trips conjured up by … Continue