Three Capes Lodge Walk

The Three Capes Lodge Walk is an exceptional fully guided walking experience along Tasmania’s dramatic Tasman Peninsula. On this four-day itinerary, you will explore 48 kilometres of rugged, awe-inspiring coastline, punctuated with dolerite spires and ravaged by the wild Southern Ocean. Each evening, settle into architecturally designed eco-friendly lodges to enjoy Tasmania’s finest eats and drinks within extraordinary surrounds.

The journey begins on water, where you’re ferried across from Stewarts Bay to start the walk in the Tasman National Park and Cape Pillar.

The first night is at Crescent Lodge, perched high with views stretching far across the bay. After a warm shower, your guides prepare a three-course feast of local fare. A glass of Tasmanian wine on a quiet deck is the perfect accompaniment for your own private sunset.

The next morning, you head due south through forest, heath and moorland to Arthurs Peak, which offers a staggering oceanic panorama to Cape Raoul and beyond, before descending to rugged south-facing cliffs with nothing between you and Antarctica.

Cape Pillar Lodge is your base for the next two nights, with superb cuisine, comfortable beds and incredible ocean views - you can even organise a massage!

The next day is the most adventurous: a walk through endemic silver gum forest, out to the majestic Cape Pillar, where the highest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere plunge perilously beneath you. A side trip to The Blade offers staggering views across to Tasman Island before you return to the lodge.

The final day takes you through primitive rainforest to the peninsula’s highest peak, Mount Fortescue. A side trip beckons to the majesty of Cape Hauy, before a cliff-walk descent onto the pristine sands of your final destination, Fortescue Bay.

A swim in the crystal clear water and a celebratory lunch is the perfect way to end this most memorable adventure.

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