Friday, 15 Nov 2019
Shadow Lake

Shadow Lake. Amazing Tasmania

This half-day loop to a beautiful sub-alpine lake is a feast of forests, mountains and moors. The half-day Shadow Lake loop introduces three distinct habitats: highland eucalypt forest, cool temperate rainforest and moorland. You can tread it in either direction but clockwise gives you the steepest climbs early and an easy run home. Shadow Lake. […]

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Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain Summit

Cradle Mountain is a visual force that becomes intimidating when secreted in storm clouds. Standing sentinel over Dove Lake, at the northern extent of Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair National Park, in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, it lures hikers like currawongs to an unguarded backpack. Windswept moors that accentuate your insignificance and lookouts […]

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Dove Gorge

Dove Gorge

Dove Gorge. Lower your gaze from the above-ground wonders for a few hours and gorge yourself on this off-the-beaten-track walk. Cradle Mountain and the glaciated landscape over which the famous peak stands sentinel are the deserved stars of the show at the northern end of Cradle Mountain–Lake St Clair National Park. But not all the […]

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Sexual Activity. Physical Limitations

  Despite not having been advised to give up sexual activity, many people are nonetheless convinced that a physical setback is incompatible with lovemaking. A surprising number of those with a medical diagnosis are afraid to have sex or to ask for help, yet there are usually numerous ways to assist them to have sexual […]

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Dove Lake

Dove Lake

   With cute button grass, verdant rain forest, lake-side beaches and dramatic ice-carved mountains, this is the must-do walk in Cradle Mountain – Dove Lake in St Clair National Park. There’s more to Tasmania’s central highlands than Australia’s most popular long-distance walk. In addition to hiking the Overland Track, you can tread low and high […]

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