Tasman Coastal Trail - Tasman Peninsula
Hiking and walking
This one-way, 45‑kilometre Tasman Coastal Trail traces the eastern edge of the Tasman Peninsula, and takes three to five days. There is no road access to the end point at Cape Pillar, thus requiring at least another day for walking out. The trail moves along a line of rocky cliffs, which rise to 300 metres in places. Fierce southerly winds make standing at the tip of Cape Pillar both a terrifying and exhilarating experience. You can also visit Cape Hauy, Fortescue Bay and sections of the track that wander inland through eucalypt forests.
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