Frenchman’s Cap and the Irenabyss – Trip report

Tweet Planning to hike Frenchman’s Cap in South West Tasmania? Looking at bushwalking the Irenabyss and get into some tough Tassie hiking? Drinking water from yabbie holes, Huon Pines , a river crossing and off track bushbashing? You get this and more in Nik’s report. Nik from Bushwalk Tasmania posted a great trip report about […]

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 […]

Walls of Jerusalem to the Overland Track – Tasmania – Live’n on the Edge or was it in the COLD!!

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 […]

South Coast Track – Tasmania – South Cape Rivulet – Cockle Creek – 3rd April

Tweet Following our night in the bush away from Colin and John we had another short climb and then a forest descent before we emerged at South Cape Rivulet. Colin had come to meet us and we learned he had sent out search parties until quite late in the evening. We never saw or heard […]

South Coast Track – Tasmania – Surprise Bay – South Cape Riverulet – 2nd April

Tweet The day began with a steep climb up over the ridge then down the through the forest to Granite Beach.(see picture left) It is necessary to boulder hop to the eastern end of the beach then climb, a small (but scary) cliff near the water fall. There is a campsite at the top of […]