A Look Inside the world
My name’s Matthew but my friends call me Mowser. I’ve lived in Tasmania, Australia my entire life. I love this magical place. I also love hiking and travel.
I created this site to share my love of, not only Tasmania and the hiking it has to offer, but also of the various adventures I’ve been on around the world with my wife and four kids. I’m also going to try to tell you a bit about the gear required to complete my adventures. If you can’t get to these places yourself then I hope this site provides you with some inspiration for what the world, and especially Tasmania has to offer – It really is an incredible place! Enjoy!
An adventure into true wilderness - March 2021 The Spires, ah, The Spires. I had dreamed of heading into this area of South West Tasmania for such a long time. I'm not exactly sure when I had first heard of this rough, off track walk but I can definitely remember...
Here's a short video of our trip up Mt Maurice in 2021. To check out the blog post, visit this link. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/bmX_IQimp3s
A day walk to my last Abel in the North East For nearly 4 years I had been trying to find just a few hours to sneak out of town to go and race up Mt Maurice. Many of the trip reports made the access in to the two track options sound pretty average and I guess this is...
This was a quick trip down to Maydena to pop up to Abbott's lookout, followed by a bit of a scrubby walk over to Marriott's lookout. Staying at Rathmore Farm the evening before, we drove down to Maydena and even managed a bike ride at Maydena Bike Park!...
This was an epic few days in Tasmania's magnificent Southern Ranges. After a big couple of days walking in to Wylly Plateau, the final day provide a massive day in horrendous weather..... https://youtu.be/FyS9tXGicX0
I have spent a heck of a lot of time in Southern and South West Tassie but for some reason I had never walked the Southern Ranges between Precipitous Bluff (PB) and Lune River. Sure, I’d been up PB from New River Lagoon in a day trip back on the South West Epic but I’d never actually done the whole Southern Ranges walk. It had been an itch I had been trying to scratch for a long time.
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