Explore Tasmania's back roads and bush tracks
North, South, East or West, no matter where you want to take your 4X4 vehicle, this 192 page guidebook will not only give you concise directions and information on access, campsites and facilities, but also provide fascinating snippets of information about the areas you visit.
Over 60 roads and 4WD tracks are described in this publication together with maps showing all the detail required to navigate to and along the routes.
Each description lists the length of the track, the time required to complete the route, what maps cover the area, the ‘difficulty’ of the trip, general information, historical information about the destinations and warnings to ensure you know what you are letting yourself into.
This book will be kept up-to-date through known changes to tracks being posted on this site from time to time. Just visit this site before you go to make sure you have the latest information.
Jam-packed full of information on the region’s history, natural features and highlights, this detailed guide makes an indispensable travelling companion for those setting out to explore one of the country’s most unique areas. The guide features over 150 stunning full colour photographs which help bring the High Country to life.
Whilst exploring this awe-inspiring region, travellers will discover old gold mining towns tucked away in secluded valleys, marvel at breathtaking vistas from atop some of the region’s highest peaks and be guided to great campsites to throw down their swags, often beside babbling mountain streams. With the aid of comprehensive route directions, intrepid adventurers are guided on the right track from start to finish, taking in many little-known points of interest tucked away in the mountains.
As one of Australia’s premier four-wheel drive touring destinations, 4WD Treks of the High Country will help readers get the best from their adventure to this stunning area.
Authors Craig Lewis and Cathy Savage
Craig Lewis and Cathy Savage are the authors of numerous books on Australian bush travel and have been travelling, camping out and writing about their adventures for the past 20 or so years.
Category:Travel & holiday guides
Publisher:Boiling Billy Publications
Country of origin:Australia
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