Mum and I set off to tackle the Mount Anne Circuit in Tasmania’s Southwest National Park – but would we make it past the notorious ‘Notch’? A few years ago, we attempted to go up to Mount Anne in Tasmania's Southwest but only made it as far as Mount Eliza before poor weather forced us … Continue reading Mount Anne Circuit
Back in Tas. A few pics from our recent trip along the South Coast track.
From July 2015 After doing the Lares and Salkantay treks, we were keen for one more trek before leaving the Cusco area. The 4 days we spent circling the Ausangate massive have been one of the highlights of our South America trip so far. Amazing campsites below crumbling glaciers, grazing vicuñas and colourful hills. DAY … Continue reading Awesome Ausangate Circuit Trek
According to the locals, Alpamayo is the most beautiful mountain in the world. I set off on an eight day trek through the Cordillera Blanca to judge for myself. Unfortunately clouds covered our best views of the famous mountain, but there were plenty of other highlights along the way - amazing views of the Santa … Continue reading Cedros Alpamayo – 8 days through the Cordillera Blanca
Amongst all of my gear is a piece of equipment that I carry with me everywhere when trekking, camping and travelling. A good friend of mine got me onto this idea. Nowadays, there are many new fancy sleeping mats and pads available. If you are like me then you will probably prefer using something like … Continue reading My favourite (and cheapest) piece of “gear”
21 July - 24 July 2015 Soon after returning from our Salkantay trek we headed off for a few days on the Lares trek. Many of the tour agencies in Cusco sell this as an alternate to the Inca Trail or Salkantay treks and the photos that we had seen of it looked pretty nice. … Continue reading Lares Trek