Tasmania - The Overland Track - 22 - April - 1 May 2017

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I like to visit the Reserve (Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park) during late April. This is the time of the year that the native deciduous beech leaves change colour and also a good time to see   a lot of colourful fungi. I spent 10 days walking in the Reserve. The main part of the walk was The Overland Track, but I also was fortunate to spend some time in Pine Valley and up in the Labyrinth in the Du Cane Range.

I was accompanied on the first day and night of the walk by my sister and brother in law (and many thanks for a lift to the start and for the loan of some important items of gear that I forgot)

Page 1 - Dove Lake - Hansons Peak - Twsited Lakes - Lake Rodway - Cradle Cirque - Waterfall Valley - Lake Holmes - Lake Windemere

Page 2 - Lake Windemere - Pelion - Mt Ossa - Kia Ora - Fergusson Falls

Page 3 - D'Alton Falls - Windy Ridge - Pine Valley

Page 4 - Pine Valley - The Labyrinth

Page 5 - The Labyrinth - Pine Valley - Narcissus - Echo Point - Cynthia Bay (Lake St Clair)

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