Rating in Australia
$ 1258

Mt Anne Circuit Walking Tours

Trekking  +  walking
Trekking + walking
min $ 1258
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Hobart
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 1258
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Mt Anne Circuit Walking Tours

5 DAYS

Including the highest peak in Tasmania’s remote south west corner – the Mt Anne Circuit Trek evokes scenes out of a lost world. Sheer Jurassic age cliffs, high peaks and ancient Gondwanan flora combine to offer an unparalleled trekking adventure.

 

Our 5 day Mt Anne Circuit Walking Tour takes us on a challenging alpine traverse including the highlight of climbing south west Tasmania’s highest peak, Mt Anne (1,423m). We complete an exhilarating circuit walk in some of the largest and most spectacular mountain landscape found in Australia. Our trek covers varying alpine terrain and is, like most Tasmanian alpine walks, at the whim of the changeable weather. We allow 5 days to complete this adventure in order to give our small group the best chance of completion, including stunning side trip options. This is a technically difficult trek with tricky scrambling in steep terrain. The walk is for experienced trekkers who are comfortable with heights and want a challenge facilitated by some of Tasmania’s most expert trekking guides.

 

Itinerary Summary

Day 1 : Depart Hobart, walk to High Camp Hut
Day 2 : Mt Eliza, High Shelf/Pandani Shelf Camp
Day 3 : Summit Mt Anne
Day 4 : To camp at Lonely Tarns
Day 5 : Lonely Tarns to Hobart
 
 

WHAT’S INCLUDED

2 professional wilderness guide.
4 nights camping.
4 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 4 dinners.
All delicious snacks on the trail.
Return transport from Hobart.
National Park fees.
Twin share tent and sleeping mat.
Group camping equipment including all cooking and eating equipment.
Emergency communications and group first aid kit.
Maximum 6 people.
 
 

NOTES TO CONSIDER

Our 5 day Mt Anne Circuit adventure is a demanding walk, we advise you to do as much training as you can before your tour with us. The more you train for the walk the easier you will handle the terrain and the more you will enjoy this wonderful part of the world. It’s also important to come along with an open mind ready for an awesome experience whatever the weather, whoever the group. It is very important that you bring the right gear for the conditions. The Tasmanian weather can be unpredictable, storms can arise very quickly and heavy rain and even snow can fall at any time of the year. Quality backpacks, sleeping bags, rain jackets, and over pants are also available for hire. If you are at all concerned about your ability to complete this walk, please contact us for more information/advice.
 
Note: This itinerary is subject to change with any change in community regulations as well as governmental changes and natural circumstances beyond our control.

 
 

WHAT YOU CARRY

The things you need to carry are: all your personal equipment in a full trekking backpack that is 70-90 litres in capacity. This includes sleeping bag, inflatable sleeping mat, and a proportion of the shared tent, a proportion of the group’s food and all personal items as specified in our gear list. Depending on the quality and quantity of personal gear and toiletries, the average pack weight should be around 15kg.
 
A comprehensive gear list is available at the end of the itinerary detailing what equipment is included in the tour cost, what items are available for hire and what you will need to bring with you.
 
A pre-trip briefing and a full gear check with your guides the afternoon before your Mt Anne trek departs will ensure you have the right mix of gear for your adventure. Please make your way to the Astor Hotel, 157 Macquarie Street, Hobart at 3PM the day before your trip, bringing your pack and what you intend to bring on your trek.

All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of Trek Tasmania
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