Mountains of Australia

Know the wild, know yourself.

Walks

“The mountains are calling and I must go.” – John Muir

Barn Bluff underneath the full moon, Cradle Mt-Lake St Clair Np, Tasmania

Barn Bluff underneath the full moon, Cradle Mt-Lake St Clair NP, Tasmania

The descriptions of the walks here on Mountains of Australia are personal accounts of venturing into remote areas of mountainous wilderness. They are designed to convey a personal experience rather than serve as a detailed guide to particular areas.

If you are seeking detailed information about a specific walk for an upcoming adventure,  I have compiled a list of websites that will probably prove useful for planning the nitty-gritty details.

On the other hand, if you are ready to immerse yourself into the world of long distance hiking by reading my story format write-ups, simply make your selection from the drop down menu under ‘Walks’ and settle in for a read!

 

Self portrait on top of Mt Victor, Victorian Alps.

 

2 Comments

  1. Hi,
    Link to nitty-gritty websites gives error.

    Great reading your Alpine Walk, most enjoyable.

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