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Boots N' All  -  An activity of Scripture Union Tasmania…
Tasmanian wilderness hiking with a difference!

Find out about the next Boots N’ All bushwalk, as well as links to our stored tracks and waypoints and technical discussions about GPS devices

Our Next Walk (click walk title for details)
These notes are sent out a few days before each walk to help people decide whether it is a suitable walk for them.

Feb 24 Cradle Mt.
Click title for detailed walk description.

The Scout Hut part of this walk has been reserved for a special SU youth ministry adventure camp,  
 but you are welcome to join us for the day/s, perhaps using other accommodation in the area.
Rated: Easy-Medium
Leader:
Basil Tkaczuk Ph. 6331 1155

2018 Boots N' All Walks

Click here to download the
printable walks calendar for 2018

Coming soon...

Mar 10
(Long weekend camping trip) Bay of Fires
Further explore the northern part of this region
recognised worldwide
as one of Tasmania’s most beautiful places.
Rated: Medium Leader: Chris Langerak Ph. 0409 808 152

Mar 24 Bridport – Brid River Track
A relaxing seaside break at Bridport.
Explore the walking track, and perhaps
a swim and a coffee afterwards.
Rated: Easy Leader: Chris Langerak Ph. 0409 808 152

Apr 14 Point Sorell
Explore the beautiful coastal area
north of Hawley
Rated: Easy Leader: Terry Heier Ph. 6393 6671

Apr 28 Cradle Fagus Time
Experience the unique beauty of the “fagus”
in full autumn colour in the spectacular surrounds of Cradle Mountain
Rated: Medium  Leader:  Phil Dawson Ph. 6382 3561 

Information for Leaders working with Children and Youth:
Boots N’ All, as part of Scripture Union Tasmania, is very happy to work alongside leaders working with children and young people to extend your options for healthy and safe activities for your group. Why not consider whether once or twice a year, your group could participate in a Boots N’ All walk? If you are thinking of bringing a group on a walk, it is a good idea to be in touch well in advance so that we can check safety requirements such as adequate adult-child ratio, availability of leaders who meet Childsafe requirements, transport arrangements, availability of a qualified first aid person and whether the children and young people will be adequately equipped for the particular walk.