Trudging through the bush (Bushwalking/ Hiking)

I’ve written more on here about the walks I do than I have about the things I write.  I think the walks need a page of their own.

One of my family’s favourite movie quotes is from A Knight’s Tale:

Chaucer: To trudge: the slow, weary, depressing yet determined walk of a man who has nothing left in life except the impulse to simply soldier on.”

While on balance the quote does not apply to my walks, I like the way it was delivered in the movie; it reminds me to keep trudging!

Anyways, I’ll post links to the walks I’ve written about, to make them easier to find.

 

Hartz Peak

Hartz Lake

 

Adamsfield

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Tarn Shelf

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Mt Field East

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Wellington Falls

9. Wellington Falls

 

Waterworks/ Pipeline Track

 

 

Kaoota Tramway

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Cathedral Rock

The top looking down

 

Collins Cap

 

St Crispins Well

 

Pelverata Falls

The view up from the bottom again

 

Bruny Island – Labillardiere Peninsula

 

Bruny Island – East Cloudy Head

 

North/ South Track

 

Cape Hauy

 

Cape Raoul

 

Organ Pipes Circuit

 

Cape Pillar

 

Collins Bonnet

 

Alum Cliffs/ Kingston Beach/ Boronia Beach

 

Mariotts Falls

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Mt Direction

 

Meander Falls

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Split Rock and Falls

 

Liffey Falls

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South Cape Bay

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Cape Huay (again)

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Cape Raoul (again)

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Scotts Peak Dam/ Creepy Crawly Trail/ Twisted Sister

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Hastings Caves and Duckhole Lake

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Snug Falls

 

Shadow Lake Circuit