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Jackeys Marsh, Australia8 bidrag
Great Western Tiers - Great Short Walks
mai 2016 • Familie
There are so many excellent walking tracks along the Great Western Tiers that it is difficult to know where to start. Most are between 2 and 6 hours. Warners Track from Jackeys Marsh is an historic track to the Central Plateau Conservation Area, Westmoreland Falls near Mole Creek has fantastic forest along its length, Mother Cummings and Quamby walking tracks take you into the alpine areas. The views from many of the tracks are just fantastic.
Then of course there are many towns along the Great Western Tiers routing routed between Hadspen and Mole Creek, including Westbury and Deloraine to find accommodation and some great food.
Skrevet 9. august 2016
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

Kerri G
16 bidrag
Great walk
jun. 2015
We did this walk on a beautiful clear winters day and loved it..
Great track, well maintained and a little challenging but my 7 & 8 year old did it without any issues it took us 2 hours to reach the top with several small stops along the way.
Once we reached the top the view was amazing. There is a hut and loo and of course the lake, great for a lunch break or camp over night.
Great day out, 4 hours all up...
Skrevet 21. juni 2015
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.

Flinders, Australia81 bidrag
See 1/3 of Tasmania at the top
jun. 2012 • Par
Best time of the year - First week of Winter!
The Lodge is nestled at the base of Mount Quamby. After a fabulous dinner and good nights sleep we are ready for our first climb to prepare us or not for the larger Great Western Tier climbs. We are guided by our host Sean Cadman owner/chef/eco adviser of Forest Walks Lodge his love and wealth of information about the area is exhillerating. You don't need convincing of the natural beauty of the area as the surrounding hillside Tiers are seriously beautiful changing colours with sunrise and sunset. After a 3 hour walk/climb a beginner could achieve we return from a circular walk of Mount Quamby with Sean (not going to the top).
The residents of this area have spent over 30years lobbying for the protection of bio-diversity of this escarpment. Sean and Rosemary scientific environmentalists easily identify historical flora and fauna of the area and are wonderful hosts in their eco-built lodge. After the walk the sun is going down and the Tiers turn a Bright Orange to Purple then dark Blue as night falls. After a freezing starry night -4 Celsius we awaken to clear blue skies and decide whether to have a crack at Warners Track 1200Mt? The weather is too clear not to try. Warners track is well marked, but very steep in parts where a higher level of fitness would be adviseable. After climbing beside a river offering views of rapids and waterfalls you pass through many different forests where very few animals exist as they are mostly plant driven. After 3 hours I am nearing the top the forests have changed again and are much more open with mostly large hardy native shrubs and shallow trunked trees buttressed due to the stoney ground. I am out of the trees and get my first glimpse of what feels like standing on top of the world - the clear blue skies kindly allow me views to forever and I celebrate with a snack and the new world smart phone video of myself achieving a milestone? because we do. I would recommend this part of the world to anyone looking for unspoilt beauty and a hiking challenge with great rewards.
Skrevet 9. juli 2012
Denne anmeldelsen er den subjektive meningen til et Tripadvisor-medlem og ikke fra TripAdvisor LLC.
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