It was a warm Sunday in late March, we had been looking all week for a day walk that would be both rewarding and scenic. Mt King William 1 did not disappoint in either aspect. We left Hobart around six… Read More ›
Having taken time off work to take my yearly trip down the Overland Track, we arrived at Cradle Mountain in perfect sunny conditions. Only, the weather gods had forecast the biggest snow event of the season for the following day…. Read More ›
You have found yourself with four days free from work, social obligations and you decide its time for a trip. Its time to get to the planning stage, where the idea of a trip meets the reality of it happening… Read More ›
Calverts Hill. A short walk
Today I decided to check out a short walk I saw on AllTrails. A 7.6km mini circuit that I thought would be a nice trail run. My fitness at the moment is not where I would like it and I’m… Read More ›
So your heading to your local outdoor store to do some shopping before an up coming trip. You look at waterproof jackets and notice they all have ratings to determine how resistant they are to the weather.Lets have a look… Read More ›
Food, what I eat on the track.
Ill be the first to admit that I normally finish walks with food left over at the end. Not a lot of food mainly extra bars and a spare meal or two, sometimes this is because I factored rest days… Read More ›
Keeping Clean, Call It Hygiene.
You have arrived at your hut or campsite and the days walking is done. You are sweaty, you can feel the dried sweat around your neck and head, your pits feel and smell like a swamp and that wicking underwear… Read More ›
Mt Fortescue Circuit
Two day Mt Fortescue hike including parts of the Three Capes walk.
Winter Camping Tips & Tricks
winter campsite tips and tricks
Keeping you and your gear dry whilst hiking.