Tweet Get away from the crowds in the Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park? Enjoy a great 7 to 8 day hiking trip in some spectacular Tasmanian Wilderness with some luxury accommodation at the end? We leave tomorrow to walk from the Walls of Jerusalem to Lake Adelaide, Junction Hut, across the Never […]
Tweet Planning a bushwalk to the Walls of Jerusalem in Tasmania. Looking for a video showing the spectacular scenery in this World Heritage area? What are hiking conditions like in the Walls of Jerusalem? We love the Walls of Jerusalem area in Tasmania, and hiked there twice last year for a lazy break and as the starting […]
Tweet The Walls of Jerusalem area is a wonderful spot for a short escape into some Tasmania ’s beautiful wilderness. The Park is in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and is easily accessible from Launceston or Devonport taking around 90 minutes from the airport to the starting point of the walk. Our group of […]
Tweet Thought I would put up a few pictures to show some of the delightful scenery we came across on our recent walk. More words and pictures to come!! Dixon’s Kingdom Hut in the Walls of Jerusalem Inside the Hut , probably about 6pm Lots of ice, everywhere….. A lot of the walking on the […]
Tweet Colin’s stiched photo’s of Junction Lake…nice spot Today’s plan was to get away early and walk from Meston Hut to Junction Lake Hut , across the Never Never to Hartnett Falls and then join the Overland Track and head north to Kia Ora Hut. The area marked in red on the map is the […]
Tweet Wedge Tail Eagles from Dixon Kingdom Hut. We saw many eagles. They were a spectacular site Ready to leave the hut and head off to Lake Meston (note the snowshoes for the first leg of the journey) From Dixon’s Kingdom Hut we headed south west down Jaffa Vale to Lake Ball. We kept to […]
Exploring the Walls of Jerusalum area in the Tasmanian wilderness in winter is a great adventure. We spend two nights staying at Dixon Kingdom hut and climbed Mt Jerusalum. Walking through snow and over frozen tarns was a fantastic wilderness experience in this beautiful area.
Tweet The plan was for Clare, Sue, Colin, Gary and Frank to walk into the Walls of Jerusalem National Park, spend a day or two exploring and then head out via the “Never Never” to the Overland Track at Hartnet Falls and then north to Cradle Mountain. In particular, Cradle Mountain Lodge for a couple […]