Day Walks Tasmania

The Overland Track is a Tasmanian bushwalking track, traversing the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The Overland Track is walked by more than nine thousand people each year, with numbers limited in the warmer months.Officially the track runs for 65 kilometres from Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair however many choose to extend it by walking along Lake St Clair for an extra day, bringing it to 82 kilometres. At some times of the year, the track can be walked south to north. The Overland Track winds through terrain ranging from glacial mountains, temperate rainforest, wild rivers and alpine plains. There are also numerous side tracks, including walks to the summits of Cradle Mountain and Mount Ossa (the tallest mountain in Tasmania) and a group of tarns called The Labyrinth. The Overland Track is known for its pristine environment and beauty. The walk can be completed independently, with six main public huts maintained by Tasmania Parks and Wildlife and five private huts for commercial groups only. Walkers usually complete the track in 5-6 days

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