Day and Overnight Walks

Here’s where you’ll find all the musings from my various day trips and ‘quick overnighters’. I love getting out for a quick hike or run around Tassie.

Mt Hobhouse

Mt Hobhouse

13th October 2019 This is part two of a weekend trip to Tarraleah. To read about our trip to Wentworth Hills on Day 1, visit this link.   After a relaxing evening and early night at Tarraleah, we woke early and packed the car up before heading back along Butlers Gorge...

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Wentworth Hills

Wentworth Hills

12th October 2019 We had been having a good year escaping to the mountains and Crawf, Woolza and I found another opportune weekend in which to embark upon another Abel Adventure in October. I had the idea a while back that it would be nice to setup a base at the old...

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Wild Dog Tier

Wild Dog Tier

31st August 2019   Well, this one had been on the ‘aiming to do list’ for some time. Back in January 2018, Crawf and I had attempted a very quick overnighter walk to Wild Dog Tier (one evening after work) from the north via Dixons Track. On that occasion we had fallen...

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Adamsons Peak – July 2019

Adamsons Peak – July 2019

Middle of winter in Tasmania means there is little time for Abels. However, this has never put me off and on a work trip to Hobart I found an opportunity at the end of July. I had freed up a day mid week and roped in Ferg and Troy (Hobartian mates) to join me for the...

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Abbotts and Marriotts Lookouts

Abbotts and Marriotts Lookouts

May 2019 We had planned this little sojourn a couple of months prior. Crawf had spotted a free Saturday in his calendar and had asked whether or not a couple of us were keen to join him for a trip to the third shortest and the shortest Abel - Abbotts Lookout and...

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Mt Penny West – 16th April 2018

Mt Penny West – 16th April 2018

This year, I had to make a lot of trips from Launceston to Hobart. With constant construction on the main highway, I was enjoying taking the road less travelled over the highland lakes. This also gave me the excuse to knock off a few peaks on the way to Hobart. One...

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