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This four-day walking experience takes you to the edge of the world – The Three Capes Lodge Walk is a fully-guided walking experience along Tasmania’s dramatic Tasman Peninsula with the wild Southern Ocean as your constant.  A boat voyage, dolerite spires and 37,000 years of history all form part of the journey.

During the day you will experience the spectacular coastal cliffs and pockets of eucalypt forest first-hand.  If you feel like being challenged, why not venture out onto the Blade where you will have spectacular views of Tasman Island.

Each evening you will settle into one of our architecturally-designed lodges with hot showers and twin/double room accommodation.  There is ample deck space and lounge areas where you can unwind and enjoy Tasmania’s finest food and wine. On nights two and three, our Lodges have a purpose built relaxation pavilion where you can enjoy a massage or our plunge bath.

At the end of your journey we can drop you back into Port Arthur, the airport, or your Hobart accommodation.

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Day 1

Hobart - Crescent Lodge

Approximately 2 hours walking This morning starts at our walkers base, meeting our guides and having a chat about what lays ahead for the next 4days. The trip starts with a private boat journey across to Denman’s Cove. With views back towards Port Arthur the cruise will take you along side aside some of the highest dolerite cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere withthe possibility of spotting seals and dolphins. In Denman’s Cove enjoy a delicious lunch of local produce before heading off for a gentle walk through coastal woodland to the rocky refuge of Surveyors Cove. If you are feeling brave enjoy a quick dip in the Southern Ocean before a gradual incline up to the lodge. Crescent Lodge is perched high, with far stretching views across Crescent Bay to Cape Raoul. Settle in whilst your guides-come-chefs prepare a three-course feast of local fare enjoyed over a glass of Tassie pinot as the sunsets on your first night.

Day 2

Crescent Lodge - Cape Pillar Lodge

Approximately 5 hours walking Waking to the silence of Crescent Lodge, you'll be ready for a hearty breakfast to start the day from the comfort of the dining room overlooking the bush and bay below. From here, head south with views across Safety Cove and Maingon Bay to Bruny Island. Climbing Arthurs Peak, 300 metres above sea level, is worth the ocean views - there’s nothing between you and Antarctica. This afternoon we make our way to our base for the next two nights, Cape Pillar Lodge. Pure indulgence awaits with massage, facial or a relaxation bath on offer at Cape Pillar Lodge.

Day 3

Cape Pillar Lodge return

Approximately 6 hours walking (optional) Today, the most adventurous day of your journey, you'll walk out to the highest seas cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere through a rare silver gum forest (Eucalyptus Tenuiramis - a species endemic to the area). After lunch at Chasm Lookout it’s a direct return journey home to Cape Pillar Lodge where the relaxation pavilion, three-course goodness and ocean views await. If you are feeling the need for a pamper forego today’s walk and spend the day enjoying one of the relaxing treatments ranging from 30 to 60 minutes and immerse yourself in the enchanting surrounds.

Day 4

Cape Pillar Lodge - Fortescue Bay

Approximately 6 hours walking (Cape Hauy side trip optional) Farewelling Cape Pillar's safe forest haven, you’ll cross Retakunna Creek en route to a rainforest full of lush mosses, ferns and vibrant greens. The path then climbs 490 metres above sea level to the peninsula’s highest peak, Mount Fortescue. After lunch there is the opportunity for a side trip to the majestic Cape Hauy or simply take the final cliff-walk descent into Fortescue Bay. Sink your toes into pristine white sands or dive into the crystal clear waves to celebrate your achievements. Back to Hobart this afternoon to finish off a great adventure with a glass of bubbles.
  • Return transfers from Hobart
  • Lodge accommodation
  • All meals, non-alcoholic beverages and a selection of Tasmanian wines
  •  National Park Pass
  • Boat transfer from Stewarts Bay to Denman’s Cove
  • Use of a backpack and weather-proof jacket for the duration of the walk
  • Linen and comfortable beds
  •  Two qualified guides for the duration of the walk