Upcoming Walks and Events

Boots N’ All 2020 Visuals Evening

Spectacular mountains on Reunion Island – Peter Hollick 2019

If you weren’t able to join us for the Visuals Night, or found the experience of watching videos via Zoom too painful, the video components of our presentation are on YouTube, and linked from this site.
Click here or click the picture to find the links.

Armchair Walks – Click here for Wilderness without the Effort!
During the peak of the lockdowns, Stephanie came up with the idea of “armchair walks” – video stories of past expeditions, in Tasmania’s wilderness as well as some exotic far off places. You may have even been on one of these trips.
Rated: Too Easy
Leader: You get to decide
Ph. (no need to book in!)

Drys Bluff 19th September
(Click on title to find out more)
(note change of date from 8th August)
1000 metres up in less than 3km – one of Tasmania’s steepest ascents to spectacular northern views.
Rated: Hard
Kent Lillico
Ph. 0428 451 528 

Tamar Island – Sunday 20th September
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A Sunday afternoon stroll to a peaceful wetlands area on the very edge of the city – plenty of bird life to observe.
Rated: Easy
Leader: John Potts
Ph. 0418 576011

Taking on Goliath 8th-11th October
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A bushwalking camp at the spectacular Bay of Fires that gives young people in years 6-8 an opportunity to challenge themselves and have lots of fun as well. Pit yourself against the elements and your limitations as you go on a three-day adventure through the beauty of God’s creation.
Water portage trip for 3rd October no longer needed due to changed location.
Click title for full details. Book early! These events are popular!

Patersonia Rivulet – 10th October

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See the last big trees and enjoy the myrtles of this forest valley north-east of Launceston
Rated: Easy
Leader: Andrew Madden
Ph. 6399 3315

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.