Bushwalking

The Most Humbling Beauty – the Eastern Arthurs

It’s steep. It’s wild. It’s humbling.

Dan Broun

Mount Geryon

One of the most daunting peaks in Tasmania

Cam Walker

Flying Into The South Coast Track

As far south as you can go…

Geraldina Dijkstra

Mountain Journal – The Gould Circuit

Alpine explorations: The Minotaur, The Pool of Memories, The Labyrinth, Mount Gould

Cam Walker

Mountaineering Tasmania – The Ducane Traverse

Notes from a mountaineer – Steep and often wind blasted and icy slopes, cliffs, occasional rock fall, slow travel across boulder fields.

Cam Walker

The Eldon Range – Magnet for the Slightly Deranged

“A magnet for the slightly deranged: from the salted-meat chomping, tweed-wearing pioneers of old to the obsessive peak baggers and scrub warriors of today. ..we just managed to scrape together the requisite amount of madness and masochistic tendency to justify a trip.”

Ben Armstrong

Gear for the Overland Track

What should you bring on a trek through Tasmania’s highest mountains?

Warwick Sprawson

Mount Bisdee & Mount Victoria Cross

Tramp into the farthest corners of the southwest to the summit of Victoria Cross

Matt Brain

The Folded Range and the White Monoliths, Part 2

Join Matt Brain on a truly epic walk into a remote corner of the Southwest. Part 2 of 2.

Matt Brain

The Folded Range and the White Monoliths, Part 1

Join Matt Brain on a truly epic walk into a remote corner of the Southwest. Part 1 of 2.

Matt Brain