While the risk of snake bite while hiking or bushwalking in Australia is very low, many people are nervous and careful when out in the bush. In this article we share tiger snake images submitted from readers Adam and Steve. On both occasions they were very surprised with their encounters!
Tweet We posted a video of a tiger snake taken by Paul, whom we met on our last trip into trip into the Walls of Jerusalem in Tasmania. His mate Grant has been corresponding with us, and mentioned he had a closer shot of the snake, with either it’s tongue or the frog’s leg protruding […]
Tweet Tiger snakes are common in Tasmania where we do a lot of hiking and backpacking. They are extremely venomous Australian snakes and we often see them along bushwalking tracks. In this post, we were just back from a short trip into the Walls of Jerusalem in Tasmania where we were lucky enough to camp […]
Tweet Are snakes a problem when bushwalking in Tasmania? What are common snakes to look out for when hiking? If you want more detail check out our article 9 ways to avoid a snake bite in the outdoors. Here at”Our Hiking Blog” (yes, I know it IS a silly name) we have offered to answer […]