Tasman National Park : Three Capes Track

An amazing 4 day hike around the southern edge of Tasman National Park, Tasmania. Can only be done through the official Three Capes Track operated by the National Parks. The cabins are well kitted out and we were lucky as there was only 11 of us who started on the same day. I had a whole cabin to myself!

From the morning to the afternoon several ecosystems can be passed through. From the cloud forest, to tornado ridge to the most amazing ‘enchanted forest’ I have seen, each day has something more spectacular to see.

Had a major storm on the third day and couldn’t see more than 10 metres ahead. It didn’t matter. The weather is all part of the adventure. Stood on ‘The Blade’, a triangular rock jutting out into the ocean, in a complete whiteout. Part of the highest cliff faces in the southern hemisphere. Would definitely do it again!

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