Great experience: Beautiful locations and awesome people!
Warburton day hike today: Thanks for a lovely day – great guide, well organised & really enjoyed the group!
“A great day trip! Warburton was the perfect blend of walking through pristine temperate forests, drinking great coffee and chilling out amongst the giant Redwoods.”
Fantastic long weekend spent in the Grampians thanks to The Hiking Society. We had the perfect mix of challenging hikes, beautiful scenery and plenty of relaxation in one of the most gorgeous parts of Victoria. I know I’ll be back for another adventure soon!
Wow! What a weekend! Stunning scenery, great walks with awesome swimming holes, a phenomenal sunset location and knowledgeable and supportive guides; it was a fantastic introduction to the Alpine Region of Victoria. If you love being out in nature, you will love this trip.
Had an awesome hiking experience, would highly recommend it
I would highly recommend The Hiking Society ++++. It was serendipitous that I booked a guided hike (we did Mt Macedon!!! OMG!). The guide, John, was Ab Fab, cheerful, optimistic 😁 and very supportive – we did climb up & up, to The Cross, then Camel’s Hump, then the lake and up Mt Towrong. The walk info was accurate, John kept perfectly to time, kept me fed, ‘watered’ and rested – the views were a bonus!! John was an excellent source of information, clearly enthusiastic & experienced – which was …
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The Chatauqua Peak Loop Walk is yet another reason why you need to visit the Grampians at some point in your life. A fairly simple ascent and descent, this track incorporates side trips to places such as Clematis Falls and starts and ends in the heart of Halls Gap. Beginning at the Halls Gap Oval car...Read More
Despite the fact that the Tongariro National Park is the jewel in the crown of our trip, the Timber Trail comes a close second in its own right. An 85km trail in the Pureora Forest in the North Island of New Zealand, this is a trail designed for mountain bikers and hikers alike. It is...Read More
For those of you who have never been there, the Werribee Gorge Circuit is located in the west of Melbourne and is just over an hour’s drive from the CBD. The hike itself is nothing short of amazing. We began from Quarry Area picnic ground and were instantly met with a rocky path that was largely uphill...Read More
Located in East Gippsland, and at the southern end of the Mitchell River Walking Track, lies the Den of Nargun Return Walk. A walk that can be done a number of ways such as a return or loop walk, this certainly is one for all you beginner hikers and casual day walkers out there. I’d...Read More
This is part three of a three-part series going over the hiking gear I’ll be taking with me to New Zealand. You can find Part One here and Part Two here. The third and final part of this blog series will be looking at what First Aid, navigation, hydration and other miscellaneous hiking gear I...Read More