Are you looking for the best hikes in Tasmania? Mt Wellington is a hiking paradise, and tucked away on its western side is the fantastic Collins Bonnet walking trail. It’s […]
Mount Wellington and its soaring organ pipes are a Tasmanian icon. This loop walk links the Organ Pipes, Zig Zag track, Mt Wellington summit, and the Panorama track – creating the best day hike only minutes from central Hobart.
Quite simply, this bushwalk up the Needles is not only one of the best Hobart day walks, but one the best hikes in Tasmania full-stop! If you love hiking Tasmania then you’ve got to put the Needles on your bushwalking ‘to do’ list – just don’t tell anyone, ok? 😀
Are you looking for things to do in Cyprus that DON’T involve beaches, temples or booze…? A walking holiday in Cyprus is the perfect alternative and we’ve got 15 of Cyprus’ best walking, hiking and nature trails here to get you started!
Who said hiking Mt Hallasan was easy? Join us for an epic, exhausting and yet extremely satisfying hike up one of South Korea’s premier peaks! (Best of all though was celebratory beers in the spa on our return to our accommodation!)
If the Annapurna circuit is Everest’s entrée, then the Ghandruk loop is the hors d’oeuvre! A tantalizing morsel; not too heavy, not too light. Challenging, and yet accessible to anyone with an average degree of fitness and a willingness to take it slow. The perfect introduction to hiking in the Himalayas!
If you have even a passing interest in the landscape around you, and you know you’ll have some time on the Isle of Skye, this is one hike that you must put before all others. We left absolutely exhilarated by what we had experienced, and we thoroughly recommend adding it to your Isle of Skye itinerary!
The hike to Pelverata Falls is the perfect choice for one of those days where you really need to get out of the house and stretch the legs, but aren’t feeling up to a half-day slog. This is one of those walks where we’d strongly recommend that you plan to do it after the rains, because a dry waterfall is simply a cliff right…?
The 4hr return walk to Cape Hauy will not only expose you to stunning panoramic views of the cape, but also north towards the Devil’s Arch and south towards Cape Pillar and Tasman Island. The sea cliffs of the Tasman Peninsular are the tallest in the world, and for that alone it would also be worth making the hike! Put it all together and you’ve got one very enjoyable day walk.