While this listing of walks is up-to-date at time of publishing, it is sometimes necessary to cancel or change a planned walk for reasons such as leader unavailability, closed roads or poor weather. It is also Boots N’ All policy that a minimum of 2 persons of the same gender (this can include the leader) will need to register before the walk can go ahead.

2022 Walks Calendar – Click here for printable version

DateLocationDescriptionRatingContact Leader
Jan 8Cradle Mountainpostponed! See 26th Feb (below)
Jan 22Blue PeaksCentral Plateau from Lake Mackenzie. Tarns, pencil pines, views to Walls of Jerusalem and perhaps explore further southMedium ESMBasil Tkaczuk 6331 1155
Jan 22TBA  L.WeekendAn opportunity for a leader to put together a camping trip…  
Feb 5Quamby BluffA very prominent mountain adjacent to the main “front” of the Western Tiers. Splendid views!Medium
Miranda Gracie 0458 175 703
Feb 19Table MountainLower midlands landmark – always seen on way to Hobart, but approached from the west.Medium D SBasil Tkaczuk 6331 1155
Feb 26 Cradle Mountain   Tasmania’s best known and most iconic peak is reachable as a day trip, but fitness, energy & enthusiasm will be needed!   Hard
 Kent Lillico 0428 451 528
Mar 12-14 L.WeekendTravellers Rest Lake (camping)Explore the less visited alpine plateau east of Lake St. Clair. Lakes and mountain scenery in every direction!Medium DELMSIan Waterhouse 0428 242 693
Cradle Mt. **Bush N’ Biscuits SU youth focus campAfter an hour’s back packing, settle in to camp at the scout hut to explore the delights of Cradle Mountain and valley. Note: limited spaces . We’ll add a booking link to the website soon.Easy-Medium DEMSLeader TBC
Mar 26Dial RangeProminent and jagged in appearance, the peaks of this Northwest feature are directly behind Penguin.Medium
James Todd & Darren Wunder 0438 557 046
Apr 2Rocky Mountain (camping)From Rocky Mountain in the Cradle area, explore the high wilderness on an overnight adventure, finishing at Pencil Pine.Medium DELMSNik Sands
April 16Easter SaturdaySchool term break is 15 April to 1 May  
Apr 23Rats CastleA gentler southwest approach to this peak in the vicinity of Great Lake on the Central Plateau – extensive views.Medium EMSIan Waterhouse 0428 242 693
Apr 30Grail Falls Fagus TimeExperience the unique beauty of the “fagus” in full autumn colour in the beautiful surrounds of Grail FallsMedium DEMSPhil Dawson email  pidasms@gmail.com or ph.   6382 3561 after 6:30 pm
May 7Ben NevisGreat views of northern face of Ben Lomond & north eastEasy-Medium BESTerry Heier 6393 6671
May 21Point VisionA different approach to this prominent hill in the Narawntapu National Park.Medium MSPhil Andrew 0408 014 757 or 63001067
Jun 11 L.WeekendDuck Reach and Gorge BushlandExplore the extensive bushland tracks and unexpected views right within our city limits.Easy-Medium SJohn Potts 0418 576 011
Jun 25Montezuma FallsAn easy rainforest walk along the route of the historic North East Dundas Tramway to one of Tasmania’s highest waterfalls.Easy    DJames Todd & Darren Wunder 0438 557 046
  School term break is 9-24 July  
Jul 9Hidden Falls Explore the forests and spectacular waterfalls. Circuit includes “Stone Hut” and Split (aka Cleft) Rock. Medium S Phil Dawson email  pidasms@gmail.com or ph.   6382 3561 after 6:30 pm
Jul 16No walkThis date was included inadvertently on walks calendars. Sorry about that!Relax!
Jul 23Visuals EveningPast glories, future challenges – a pleasant evening of slides, photos and interesting peopleVery easy & relaxing!Basil Tkaczuk 6331 1155
Aug  6TBA   
Aug 20Badger Head from Bakers BeachStretch the legs on this long coastal walk – beaches, lagoons, coastal vegetation and even a hidden cove. John Tabor 6428 6512
0475 566 389
Sept 3Mother Cummings PeakThis prominent spire on the northern escarpment of the Central Plateau offers great views and a beautiful alpine valley.Easy-Medium
Miranda Gracie 0458 175 703
Sept 17Copper CoveBaker’s Beach area. Coastal heights and heathlands to a lovely secluded beach suitable for swimming, fishing etc.FamilyJohn Potts 0418 576 011
  School term break is 1-16 Oct  
Oct 1Mt. PearseJust south of Waratah, Pearse and Rocky SL stand out in a relatively flat area on the edge of the western wilderness.MediumJames Todd & Darren Wunder 0438 557 046
Oct 22Parsons TrackForest walk up Parsons Track  near Caveside to historic Hills Logging Hut and perhaps on to Haberles Hut.FamilyIan Waterhouse 6327 1371
Nov 5 L.WeekendEast Coast SU camping trip[Scripture Union Taking on Goliath bushwalking camp] Check website after JulySee registration websiteNik Sands [TBC]
0429 387 777
Nov 5 L.WeekendTBA   
Nov 11 (Fri.)PlanningMeeting to plan 2022 walks programNo mud or scrub!All available leaders
Nov 19Plateau TBADestination to be confirmed closer to the date, but there is plenty of beautiful Central Plateau to explore!Medium EMSPhil Dawson email  pidasms@gmail.com or ph.   6382 3561 after 6:30 pm
Dec 3TBA   
  School holidays from 21 Dec  
Dec 27 (Tuesday)TBAWe usually aim for the wide-open spaces and wildflowers of the alpine plateaux to walk off the Christmas cheer.   

Key to Walks Ratings:
B    Boulder field – walkers need to be able to confidently step from rock to rock.
C    Climbing sections using rocks and vegetation as hand holds.
D    Drive distance requires early departure – usually 7:30 am
E    Exposed alpine conditions – can be dangerous in poor weather if not fully equipped – see below.
L    A long day’s walk – in excess of 3 hours each way.
M   Marshy or muddy sections – be prepared to walk with wet feet.
S    Steep incline for at least part of the way

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Bush walking can involve an element of danger.  All who participate in Boots’n’All activities do so at their own risk.  Intending walkers new to Boots N’ All must contact the leader personally unless the walk is rated “Easy” or “Family”.