Guided walking tours Tasmania

Come with us on the newest of Hobart wilderness tours and explore kunanyi / Mount Wellington.

In the care of experienced guides you’ll navigate the web of trails, listen to a mountain of stories and take in the epic views. We know why it’s the top of Hobart attractions.

Walks for all abilities | Fully catered | Transport included | Summit visits | Carbon positive

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Five Huts

You'll visit five of the most celebrated huts on the mountain. The first stop will be Sphinx Rock for some bird watching before visiting a number of huts including a rest at Junction Cabin with a BBQ lunch at the Chalet. After lunch the group will return to the Springs along the amazing Organ Pipes track, one of the great short walks of Tasmania.

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Explore the Southern Stars

This tour incorporates expert guidance from the Astronomical Society of Tasmania. We will be guided around the night sky, starting with the Moon and our solar system. We should be able to look at other planets through a telescope. Then we’ll look further out to the milky way and into deep space.
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Sea to Summit

Challenge yourself to this full day iconic walk. Dip your toe in the Derwent River and finish at the pinnacle of kunanyi / Mt Wellington 1271 meters above sea level. The trails will follow in Charles Darwin’s footsteps, taking in the full range of natural and cultural wonders that hide among the mountain slopes. Not one for the faint of heart – epic, challenging, but oh what a great achievement.

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In Darwin's Footsteps

Retracing the footsteps of Sir Charles Darwin’s climb of kunanyi / Mt Wellington, this tour is a series of easy short walks visiting the most loved spots on the mountain. Soak up the view, learn about the giant ferns and the mountain's significant role in Darwin's theory of evolution.

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A mountain of stories

We offer the first and only guided walk from Sea to Summit. those that are up for the challenge can experience one of the steepest bioclines in the world, from coastal to alpine. We offer a range of walks for all abilities, all of which include a visit to the summit to enjoy the famous views.

Come up close to the giant swamp gums, the tallest flowering plant on earth. Stand beneath the towering cliffs of the organ pipes, hear how they were formed, a process responsible for much of Tasmania’s unique scenery. We are the only walking tour company that focusses on this truly special mountain, continuously researching its hidden cultural stories to share with you. 

Great company

Our team of local guides have an infectious love of The Mountain. In the care of an experienced guide you’ll navigate the web of trails, listening to mountain stories. We know the geology of the rock formations, the flow of the water catchments, the history of bushrangers past, and the names of the plants and wildlife you’re sure to encounter. 

Your walk with us helps the environment, a percentage of our profits go back to local initiatives. These range from land care, track maintenance and wildlife rescue. We would like to think that not only are we sustainable but even help restore the environment around us.


Trail Treats

You’ll be treated to some of Tasmania’s culinary delights as you walk with us. 

Imagine enjoying local premium produce while discovering a wilderness nestled behind one of the world’s prettiest cities. We collaborate with leading local gourmet suppliers, including bakery/patisseries, coffee roasters, tea blenders and brewers. 

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