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Episode 1 – Cradle Mountain

Here’s the first episode of our new web series – Wild Tasmania!

Cradle Mountain in Tasmania is one of the coolest looking mountains out there and an amazing climb. We hiked in the first afternoon to stay at the Scott Kilver hut and back tracked the second day around the mountain to do the summit on our way out!

Check out our photos and blog from Cradle Mountain

    Comments ( 6 )

  • Tara

    Hey Jordan & Jenna,

    You guys have done another great adventure that has been perfectly reflected by your video. I look forward to seeing the rest of your Wild Tasmania series! I live up in Queensland so it’s always nice to see what there is to do in the other states. If you’re planning to do a Queensland web series sometime in the future, I would recommend going to the Glass House Mountains National Park. They are quite a spectacle from a distance, let alone if you climbed one of the peaks. My parents took me there when I was a kid so I cannot say what the more complex tracks were like, however if they were as scenic as the track I went on, it could be worth your time – just an idea. 🙂

    Anyway, I love the adventure videos, I look forward to the next one as always!

    Cheers,
    Tara

    • Hi Tara!
      Thanks so much for reaching out 🙂 So glad you’ve been enjoying our adventures! Tasmania was beautiful and we do hope to make it to mainland Australia sometime soon! Thanks for the tip as well, Queensland is definitely on the list and it’s always nice to get a locals recommendation! Any more feel free to send along!
      Thanks again 🙂
      Jenna

      • Tara

        Hey Jenna!

        I’m more than happy to help anytime! I’m going to Rainbow Beach in the middle of the year for a few days. It’s one of my favourite places to go. It has a sandblow called the Carlo Sandblow and I hear that there are stunning views at sunrise/sunset. There’s also various walks/trails in the area ranging from 30 minutes to 3 days. Rainbow beach is known for it’s coloured sands, and is an access point to Fraser Island. I’ll let you know if I find something that may be worthy of capturing but it would always be an excellent place to go and relax if you’re planning a big trip – I’ll definitely be checking out the views at Carlo Sandblow at sunrise/sunset!

        Cheers,
        Tara

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