Wild Wellness Fire and Ice Walk

Organ Pipes Track, best 5 walks on mt wellington, hiking, hobart, tasmania.

Wild Wellness Fire and Ice Walk

Discover wild wellness through fire and ice.

Here’s your chance to experience what Wild Wellness is about through journaling, meditation, ice bathing and connecting to nature discovering the wonders of kunanyi / Mt Wellington. Listen to the stories of the mountains history and unique plants and animals all in the care of knowledgeable local guides. Be coached through a Wim Hoff breath work and ice bath session and guided into your own journaling time beside a roaring fire inside a forest hut 1000m above sea level. 

The small group experience will visit some 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. At the Chalet 1000m above sea level we will have an extended break for our breath work and ice bathing (not compulsory!) followed by a gourmet burger lunch and fireside journaling. After lunch the group will return to the Springs along the amazing Organ Pipes track, one of the great short walks of Tasmania.

If you are intending to participate in the ice bath please bring your own towel and spare thermal top and long johns.

The Details

tour duration

7 hours

walk duration

3.5 hours



elevation gain







Selected Dates




Not included, please meet at 9am at Lost Freight Cafe at the Springs on kunanyi.

catered meals and snacks

Morning tea, Wallaby BBQ lunch, afternoon tea, with extra goodies as we go. Tea and coffee.

choose this walk if

You want to reconnect with nature and learn about cold water therapy

fitness level required

You can hike approximately 10km over uneven ground with hills.

family friendly?

Yes; Families with children over 13 with bushwalking experience.

essential personal gear

Raincoat, drink bottle, warm layer, personal medication, towel

requirement for doctor's letter

If you are aged over 72, have a heart condition, recent chest pain when exercising, or bone/joint illness which affects your ability to exercise, you must provide a doctor's letter to confirm that you are able to complete this walk.

appropriate footwear 

Supportive walking shoes with firm treaded soles lace up walking boots are recommended. Dress shoes, high heels, and casual sandals or similar footwear are not appropriate footwear.

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