Grade: T1 - Well defined and wide tracks on easy to moderate terrain, in slightly modified natural environments. You will require a modest level of fitness. Recommended for beginners.
Freycinet National Park is a stunningly scenic and iconic destination featuring memorable ocean and bay views, with pristine beaches and crystal clear waters.
The Freycinet Peninsula, on Tasmania’s east coast, is the location of the exquisite and renowned Wineglass Bay and the photogenic red granite peaks of The Hazards. It enjoys a mild year-round climate: warm and dry in summer, cool and temperate in winter. It also boasts some of the east coast’s most secluded and pristine beaches, with breathtaking views of Wineglass Bay from either the summit of Mt Amos (454m) or the saddle on the track to Wineglass Bay.
This destination offers several options: either a scramble to the summit of Mt Amos for the views (with lunch at the summit), or a walk around Fleurieu Point to Hazards Beach (named after the wreck of Captain Albert (Black) Hazard’s whaling vessel, the Promise) and then over theisthmus to Wineglass Bay for lunch and return via the saddle and the lookout between Mt Mayson and Mt Amos.
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