Saturday, 26 Sep 2020

Category: Travelling

Moon Valley Rim

Moon Valley Rim

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball Moon Valley Rim   Moon Valley Rim – an unlikely pairing of tin mining history and sweeping views make for a lovely few hours in the state’s northeast high country. Moon Valley Rim. A wide-angle view awaits at the top of Mt Poimena Walk. Moon Valley Rim 4.5km loop Time […]

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Mount William

Mount William (Wukalina)

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball Mount William (Wukalina)   Mount William. Coastal plains, wildlife and wonderful views from an easy ‘mountain’ top make for a wonderful day out in Tasmania’s far north-east.  Mount William. It’s not much of a climb but the view from Mount William is panoramic. Walk. 13.5km out-and-back Time required 4–5 hours […]

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Cameron Inlet

Cameron Inlet. Flinders Island

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball Cameron Inlet        Cameron inlet. Take a walk on the milder side of Flinders Island, from bird-dotted east-coast lagoon to 19th century shipwreck. Cameron Inlet. The beach is littered with pretty shells Walk: 9.4km out-and-back Time required: 2–3 hours Best time: Year-round Grade: Easy Environment: Ocean beach, dunes, […]

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Killiecrankie

The Docks to Killiecrankie. Flinders Island

“Top Walks in Tasmania” Melanie Ball The Docks to Killiecrankie. Flinders Island   Killiecrankie. Prepare for astonishing natural stonemasonry and boundless photographic opportunities on this fun coastal walk and rock-hop. Killiecrankie. Prepare for astonishing natural stonemasonry Walk: 8.2km A to B Time required: 4 hours Best time: Mild-to-warm, dry day year-round (exposed to wind and […]

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South cotswolds

«100 mile bike routes» Chris  Sidwells South cotswolds This ride around the southern half of the Cotswolds starts in an ancient Roman city, looks at the Wiltshire Downs, then grapples with the Cotswold Edge, while playing hide and seek with the infant River Thames. Also, it clearly shows the contrast between the steep western edge and […]

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