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This is easily one of the best day walks for people with little/ average fitness. The walk is so easy as the path is mainly level, mostly gravel, some boardwalk and sandstone, the steps up and down are wide and easy to climb, the scenery...More
A few people claimed the walk was treacherous with steep slopes and I was worried. But no fear, there is space between you and the edge almost everywhere, you would have to want to fall over really.
Great pacing and lots to see on this...More
We walked Stormlea to Cape Raoul via the marked track on a drizzly day. The track is well marked and easily completed with magnificent view of Cape Raoul. The columnar buttresses rise out of the water 100's of metres right next to the track. Well...More
This is a great day walk! It does get quite steep in some areas and can be a bit challenging in parts but it is well worth it for the views at the end. Definitely bring plenty of food and water and take your time....More
This is one of the best day walks for people with average fitness. The walk is easy and scenery is fantastic. If you are not able to book in for the three Capes walk, or don't have enough time to do the 4 days lodge...More
It's a strenuous walk. It's a 6-hour walk including the return, which is particularly challenging because you actually go up. I consider myself physically fit, yet on the return trip I was near exhaustion.
But it's a beautiful walk. First, you walk through a forest....More
Hi there is no train to the Tasman Peninsula and a very limited bus service. Unless you go on an organised coach your. Your only option really is to hire a car in Hobart. There really is no public transport on the Tasman... More
Hi there is no train to the Tasman Peninsula and a very limited bus service. Unless you go on an organised coach your. Your only option really is to hire a car in Hobart. There really is no public transport on the Tasman Peninsula.