Three Capes Walk - Life's An Adventure
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A once in a life time experience. A four day, three night walk that must be booked in advance. Magical!
The Tasmanian Design House is the prepare for or recover from the 48 kilometre trek of the Three Capes Experience, spread over 4 days of cliff-hugging wildness.
Incredible views, clear tracks, it's a decent walk but achievable if you have moderate fitness. bring camera and water. note: dirt road access only.
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