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This was a surprise - we went to Mount Field to walk around the lake at the bottom and go to some falls, but we saw a sign that said 'Alpine Hiking'. We followed the track to the...More
The Tarn Shelf Loop trail is an exceptional hike. Massive variety of scenery and natural ecosystems to enjoy. Unfortunately we headed up there in low cloud so didn't get the extensive views we expected but the eerie environment created in the sheltered basin at the...More
It took eight hours but was well worth it with plenty of photography stops along the way, quite diverse even though there is plenty of tarns. Some had dried up, it would've been nice to have seen them full. We walked from Lake Webster and...More
I took a friend on this walk as I've done it before and knew he would love the ever changing variety of scenery. I prefer to start from the lower point heading towards Lake Webster first. This avoids the uninspiring and very draining walk up...More
It’s an amazing hike through the tarns, getting lost among glacial rocks and experiencing the sheer beauty of history and nature. It’s a hike for time travelers and the adventurous! We did the full day circuit which took us a good 8hours, where the last...More
The tarn shelf is a memorable day walk with something for everyone. The short walks around Russell Falls are delightful, but for me, the highlight of Mt Field is the drive to lake Dobson and the longer walks above the tree line. We walked the...More