We specialise in kunanyi / Mt Wellington, come with us and explore one of Tasmania’s most popular destinations. In the care of experienced guides you’ll navigate the web of trails, listen to mountain stories and take in the epic views.

Walks for all abilities | Fully catered | Transport included | Summit visit included

Our Walks

Iconic Ascent

Iconic Ascent

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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Alpine Loop

Alpine Loop

A spectacular loop walk starting at the Springs, half way up the mountain. Walk through eucalyptus forest, past boulder fields and find yourself at an abandoned ice house ruin. Continue uphill and cross an alpine boulder field before arriving at the pinnacle. Enjoy a well deserved break before descending down the spectacular Zig Zag track alongside the amazing dolerite cliffs of the Organ Pipes. This walk has it all – forest, history, views and awesome geology!

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Mountain Gems

Mountain Gems

This tour is a series of short leisurely walks, taking in the beautiful Silver Falls, the mighty Octopus Tree, the fascinating stories of the Springs and finishing with epic views from the pinnacle. A great collection of some of kunanyi’s gems.

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Spring to the Summit

Spring to the Summit

A classic walk adored by locals and visitors alike starting at The Springs located half way up the mountain. Walk through tall native eucalypt forest before climbing up through the tree line and on to the spectacular Zig Zag Track beside the enormous dolerite cliffs of the Organ Pipes. The walk finishes on the alpine plateau at the pinnacle shelter. Views for days.

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Custom made walk

Custom made walk

Perhaps you’d like to visit Wellington Falls, or see the Devil’s Throne, a walk that follows in Charles Darwin’s footsteps, or one that visits some of the photographic sites of Peter Dombrovskis or one that takes the best bird watching spots. Imagine seeing all that you would like to see on a private walk with personalised gourmet catering.

Custom made walk

Perhaps you’d like to visit Wellington Falls, or see the Devil’s Throne, a walk that follows in Charles Darwin’s footsteps, or one that visits some of the photographic sites of Peter Dombrovskis or one that takes the best bird watching spots. Imagine seeing all that you would like to see on a private walk with personalised gourmet catering.

read more
Iconic Ascent

Iconic Ascent

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.

read more
Mountain Gems

Mountain Gems

This tour is a series of short leisurely walks, taking in the beautiful Silver Falls, the mighty Octopus Tree, the fascinating stories of the Springs and finishing with epic views from the pinnacle. A great collection of some of kunanyi’s gems.

read more
Alpine Loop

Alpine Loop

A spectacular loop walk starting at the Springs, half way up the mountain. Walk through eucalyptus forest, past boulder fields and find yourself at an abandoned ice house ruin. Continue uphill and cross an alpine boulder field before arriving at the pinnacle. Enjoy a well deserved break before descending down the spectacular Zig Zag track alongside the amazing dolerite cliffs of the Organ Pipes. This walk has it all – forest, history, views and awesome geology!

read more
Spring to the Summit

Spring to the Summit

A classic walk adored by locals and visitors alike starting at The Springs located half way up the mountain. Walk through tall native eucalypt forest before climbing up through the tree line and on to the spectacular Zig Zag Track beside the enormous dolerite cliffs of the Organ Pipes. The walk finishes on the alpine plateau at the pinnacle shelter. Views for days.

read more
Custom made walk

Custom made walk

Perhaps you’d like to visit Wellington Falls, or see the Devil’s Throne, a walk that follows in Charles Darwin’s footsteps, or one that visits some of the photographic sites of Peter Dombrovskis or one that takes the best bird watching spots. Imagine seeing all that you would like to see on a private walk with personalised gourmet catering.

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Need more convincing?

A mountain of stories

We offer the first and only guided walk from sea to summit, The Iconic Ascent, 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. 

A mountain of stories

We offer the first and only guided walk from sea to summit, The Iconic Ascent, 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.

 

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. 

Pack your bag and boots, time to hit the trails!

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