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Cradle Mountain Canyoneering Experience

By Cradle Mountain Canyons
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Highlights

  • Unique opportunity to go canyoneering at Cradle Mountain

  • Swimming, rappelling, jumping & climbing down canyons

  • Stunning natural sights & the chance to see native wildlife

  • Memorable journey among 1000-year-old pencil pine trees

  • Professional guide to lead the way & ensure safety

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About this activity

What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    Guided Cradle Mountain canyoneering experience

  • What's included

    Technical gear (wetsuit, safety equipment, and canyoneering shoes)

  • What's included

    Live commentary provided in English

  • What's excluded

    Meals and drinks

  • What's excluded

    Transport to and from Hobart

Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 7 and younger are not allowed. Children aged 8-17 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

  • If you have back problems, you should carefully consider whether or not to participate.

  • You must have good circulation and healthy, unblocked breathing, be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain, and be able to swim on your own.

  • You do not need previous canyoneering or rappelling experience.

  • Maximum group size is 12 people.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

What you can expect

Immerse yourself in the gorgeous wilderness of Cradle Mountain on this once-in-a-lifetime canyoneering adventure. Launch off waterfalls, rappel down cliffs, and shoot through nature's waterslides, letting go of your inhibitions and fully embracing this action-packed exploration.

Meet your guide at the Cradle Mountain Visitor Centre and put on a wetsuit and helmet as you prepare to swim, float, clamber, and jump your way through sections of the river. Follow your expert guide who leads the way and teaches you the best techniques to traverse the canyons. Gain a unique perspective of this national park by navigating dozens of breath-taking chasms.

Get up close and personal with nature as you witness the ancient 1000-year-old pencil pine trees and learn about the legendary James “Philosopher” Smith, the first canyoneer at Cradle Mountain. Take in your surroundings as you enjoy this truly unique way to experience the epic wilderness of Tasmania.

Location

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Activity Location

  • Cradle Mountain

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Cradle Mountain Visitor Information Centre
  • 4057 Cradle Mountain Road
  • Cradle Mountain Tasmania