Food preparation for the Overland Track – Tasmania – Part Two – Lunch and Dinner

Tweet Stuck for meal ideas for your next hike? Can’t decide what to eat for lunch or dinner while you are hiking? What is the best and lightest food to take on a bushwalking trip? How can we make sure food lasts on a multi-day hike? Lauren emailed us asking for suggestions about organising food […]

Alpine Walk – Australian Alps Walking Track with Wollangarra

Tweet A story from Hannah about her recent walk in the Bogong High Plains and Australian Alps National Park. Dear Friends/Family, Well it’s been a week since I’ve been home from the hike, just long enough to catch up on sleep and I thought I’d tell you all about how it went. The group consisted […]

Day Two – Waterfall Valley to Windemere – Overland Track – Tasmania

Tweet After a light sprinkling of rain overnight and waking to Barn Bluff covered in cloud, we all wondered if Tassie’s weather was going to test our gear for waterproofness. We headed off after our “mandatory” group photo. Note the smiling faces as we reassure (from left) Brian, Neil, John, Deb, Simon, Sue, Colin, Helen […]

South Coast Track – Tasmania – Louisa River – Deadmans Bay

Tweet Ironbound Ranges? Steep climbing? Horrible descent? Mud, roots, trees and more mud? yes, this section certainly tested us…..   For the majority of walkers crossing the Ironbound Range is most physically and mentally demanding part of the South Coast Track. The 900 metres climb up the steep exposed western slope is largely without respite. […]