3 Capes Tasmania hike

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With over 28 miles of trails through Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul in southeastern Tasmania, the Three Capes Track (for Tasmanian Parks Department, phone +61 1300 827 727, www.threecapestrack.com.au) opened on Dec. 21, 2015.

Only 48 hikers per day are allowed, and they all must follow a set, 4-day, 3-night journey. Treks must be booked ahead and are recommended only for people who can walk at least four hours a day.

Travelers are taken to the trailhead by boat from Port Arthur. At the end of each day’s section are cabins with running water, toilets, gas stoves, cookware and mattresses. 

 AUD495 (near $365) includes parking, locker rental at Port Arthur and a guidebook. For a packing list, including what food to take with you, visit the website and click on “Trip Essentials,” then “packing list.”

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With over 28 miles of trails through Cape Pillar, Cape Hauy and Cape Raoul in southeastern Tasmania, the Three Capes Track (for Tasmanian Parks Department, phone +61 1300 827 727, www.threecapestrack.com.au) opened on Dec. 21, 2015.

Only 48 hikers per day are allowed, and they all must follow a set, 4-day, 3-night journey. Treks must be booked ahead and are recommended only for people who can walk at least four hours a day.

Travelers are taken to the trailhead by boat from Port Arthur. At the end of each day’s section are cabins with running water, toilets, gas stoves, cookware and mattresses. 

 AUD495 (near $365) includes parking, locker rental at Port Arthur and a guidebook. For a packing list, including what food to take with you, visit the website and click on “Trip Essentials,” then “packing list.”