Book Now - DAYWALKS - CHOICE OF COASTAL & ALPINE DESTINATIONS

Experience one of the world's last untouched, pristine, wilderness areas with landscapes of breathtaking natural beauty, stunning geological formations, and home to endangered and rare plants and animals.

On our single-day guided walks, we provide you with all you'll need (excluding personal items) - transfers from your Hobart accommodation, waterproof and warm clothing, lunch and snacks and a day pack.

All our guides are mature, highly experienced and committed environmentalists, qualified in Outdoor Leadership, First Aid, Food Safety and Hygiene. They carry appropriate emergency communication equipment and a comprehensive medical kit.

We offer a range of walks for those new to bushwalking or experienced walkers. Whatever your experience you will encounter scenic alpine or spectacular coastal scenery - untouched and unspoilt natural beauty and remote places only accessible by foot.

Alpine Walking Tasmania includes locations such as Mt Field National Park, Hartz National Park, Mt Wellington Range, Wellington Park Walks, Southwest National Park: Mt Anne; Mt Wedge, Styx Valley; Junee Cave, Growling Swallet, and Lake St Clair National Park.

Coastal Walking Tasmania includes locations such as Tasman National Park (Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul) and Freycinet National Park.

Other destinations include Bluff River Gorge, Maydena and the Southwest Wilderness.

<strong>You will select your Daywalk destination during the booking process.</strong>

Average Duration: 1 DAY



About Hobart CBD

We will pick you up from your hotel or the airport

We will pick you up at your location,
Hobart, Tasmania 7000

Dress Code

TOUR EXCLUSIONS (What you need to bring on your tour):

• sunscreen, blister protection, insect repellent, any personal medications
• stout walking shoes (well worn-in)
• long-sleeved shirt (preferably synthetic)
• long pants (best with zip-off shorts, preferably synthetic)
• hat or beanie
• camera

Weather Information

Tasmania lies between latitudes of 40° and 43° south of the equator. However, despite this southerly location it enjoys a temperate and relatively mild climate, especially when compared with northern hemisphere countries that share similar latitudes. This is mainly due to Tasmania's weather extremes being moderated by the surrounding sea, which is no further than 115 km from any point on the island.

The major weather influences are the "Roaring Forties" (the prevailing westerly winds) generating high winds and heavy rainfall on the west and northwest coast, and low pressure systems (which regularly encircle the globe at this southerly latitudes) creating rapid falls in temperature. These low pressure systems are generally short-lived, only serving to briefly punctuate Tasmania's delightfully fresh, clean and invigorating climate. In midsummer daylight lasts for about 15 hours, and about nine in winter. Snow can occur any time during the year in alpine areas (with the heaviest snowfalls in July and August), but there is no permanent snowline.

Tasmania's temperatures range from occasional very hot days in summer to some bitterly cold nights in winter, although typically the weather is extremely pleasant.

Other Information

TOUR INCLUSIONS (What we provide on a fully-guided day-walking tour):

• transfers from your Hobart accommodation to the tour destination (usually between 7:30 - 8:00 am) and return at conclusion of tour
• choice of destinations to suit client preferences and forecast weather conditions
• waterproof hiking parka
• waterproof overpants
• fleece jacket (choice of 300- or 200-weight fleece)
• gaiters (depending on tour destination)
• daypack to carry protective clothing
• lunch (prepared by your guide on the track); beverages; snacks
• toilet paper; hand sanitiser (alcohol based)
• qualified and knowledgeable guide/s
• comprehensive first-aid kit (carried by guide/s)
• emergency communications - PLB (Personal Locator Beacon) and/or satellite phone, carried by guide/s)
• all necessary park passes and permits

Availability

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Sat, 31 Mar 2018

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