Cradle Mountain Tasmania – Hiking Tour

  • Departure:

    January 2024

  • Duration:

    7 days
  • Cost:

    $3950 per person twin share (enquire about our single supplement)
  • Itinerary:

Cradle Mountain is Tasmania’s most iconic wilderness destination and is located in Lake St Claire National Park. It is synonymous with nature, wilderness, and all things pristine. It’s a place of exceptional natural beauty and revered for its diverse and breath-taking landscapes.

This 7-day tour will take you on a journey through the picturesque tracks of the Central Highlands of Tasmania. Not only will you get to tackle the Overland Track, Mt Field National Park, you will also experience some of the best walks in the Cradle Mountain area. Starting in Hobart you will travel up the Centre of Tasmania before finishing up the tour in Launceston. Along the way, you will stay in comfortable accommodation in Madena, Lake St Clair, and Cradle Mountain.

Each day you will enjoy the luxury of walking with only a day pack. Then finally, after a long day’s walk, you will return to your accommodation to relax before sharing a meal together and recapping the day’s adventure.

Walking tour at a glance:

On this tour, our travelers will enjoy several days of adventure trekking. The tour include the very best walks on the Overland Track and in Mt Field National Park, and group sizes are also kept to a minimum. Tours will take a maximum of 12 guests to keep the experience intimate. Your professional tour guide/s will be with you at every stage of the journey. Best of all enjoy a pack-free walking day and an air-conditioned minibus, before returning to 3-4 star lodge accommodation.

Difficulty: This tour includes moderate to challenging walks. For instance, travelers will come across some steep ascents and descents on their journey. A moderate level of fitness is required. For more general information on what to expect visit our Adventure Travel FAQ.

Did you know? Iconic Cradle Mountain is a place of exceptional natural beauty in the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area.

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