Feb 2020 The Tracks | Tasmania

These treks are offered as an independent walking group (not a commercial guided trek) – max 3 persons plus ST host.  Simply Trekking will act as host on the trek, with satellite Garmin GPS, group first aid, itinerary planner, maps, compass, booking agent at a cost of $195 for first trek and $95 per trek thereafter.   All other expenses will be shared equally between 4 persons ie accommodation, transport.

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Overland Track | Tasmania

Mon 10 Feb  –  Overland Track – 7 days – Huts or camping
This is the best and most famous walk in Australia, some say one of the best hikes in the world. Surreal ever-changing unique Tassie landscape, rain forest, pretty alpine lakes, tarns and waterfalls. Easy-moderate trekking, well maintained trails & huts and we have chosen Feb which gives us the best chance of great weather.

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Walls of Jerusalem Circuit | Tasmania

01 Feb – Walls of Jerusalem – 6 days – Camping
The Walls of Jerusalem landscape is a more opened ended form and has stunning Pencil Pine forests and rustic vernacular huts.  The huts give a glimpse into the history of life in the high country in days gone by and this circuit trek of 6 days allows you to explore the more remote areas of the park.

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Three Capes Track | Tasmania

20 Feb – Three Capes Track – 4 day – Cabins
We can enjoy a little luxury as we trek on Tasmania’s beautiful coastline. On this 4 day  48 km track you walk through tall eucalypt forests, along coastal heath and high sea cliffs. Our evenings are spent in warm and comfortable environmentally-sensitive cabins. (Not to be confused with Bay of Fires – fresh water is not available at campsites so normally walked as a day walk ecolodge).

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Freycinet NP Circuit | Tasmania

26 Feb – Freycinet NP Circuit – 3 day – Camping
Situated on the mild east coast is the jewel of Tasmania’s stunning coastline.  Great campsites, fresh water and azure blue waters to swim between your hours of walking.  A great way to finish our exploration of Tasmania’s tracks.

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