Amazing views of the rugged eastern edge of the Tasman Peninsula from the hill tops and cliff edges. Once you reach Fortescue Bay, the scenery changes to sheltered coves surrounded by dense forest. The vegetation is another highlight of this walk as it varies all along the way and includes some species normally only seen in the mountainous regions of Tasmania, including Pandani and Waratah (beautiful red flowers in November/December).
Normally the walk is done over two days. There are basic camping areas at Camp Falls and Bivouac Bay. Duration: 6-8 hrs ONE WAY Distance: approx 32km
For full details of the walk see 100 Walks in Tasmania or Peninsula Tracks.