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Tasmania Rugged West Coast: Selfguided Tour

offered by supplier M17938 (read about supplier)

Key Information:
Tour Duration: 13 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 10 people
Destination(s): Australia  
Specialty Categories: Bicycle Touring   National Parks  
Season: November - April
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 790 Australian Dollar (AUD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 2180 Australian Dollar (AUD)

This is our self guided bike tour to the West coast of Tasmania. You can start any day. We provide a very detailed and easy to follow route description which also contains countless tips and advice. The tour can be booked in one of four accommodation categories. The itinerary is very flexible and can be customized to individual requirements. For an additional fee we can arrange luggage transport for you.

This trip starts with an arrival day in historic and quite Evandale (close to Launceston airport). The first day's cycling is long, but mostly flat. You stay in the laid-back village of Mole Creek. The next day go up into the high country to stay at a remote but extremely nice Bed and Breakfast. After a short ride the following day you'll arrive at famous Cradle Mountain National Park where you can walk around romantic Dove Lake or do even longer walks. From now on there is more downhill than uphill cycling.

After a stop-over in the old mining town of Roseberry you head to the "tourist-magnet" of Strahan for 2 nights. There you have the opportunity to take a half-day cruise into the spectacular wilderness of the Gordon River, one of the worlds last remaining pristine rivers. The section to Queenstown (which looks like a lunar landscape) is short but features 273 bends through dense forest. The section to the 3-house settlement of Derwent Bridge is quite tough but offers some extremely nice walks.

After you have visited nearby Lake St.Clair National Park next morning, you continue on the "wild way" to the little town of Ouse. Last day, on the way to Hobart, you can visit Mount Field National Park with its famous Russel falls.

General Details:
- Starting point: Launceston
- End-point: Hobart
- Distance: 410 to 728 km (251 to 447 miles), depending on options taken.

Member discount:
10% discount for InfoHub customer.  Request a free gift certificate.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Price Includes:
- All accommodation, some with breakfast
- Preparation material
- Detailed route-description
- 24/7 helpline

Price Excludes:
- flight
- bike rental
- Lunch, dinner
- Any other additional expenses

Note: Depending on booked accommodation category you may have to prepare the breakfast by yourself more or less often.

About This Supplier
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Location: Australia
Joined InfoHub: Apr 2008
Client Request Served: 75

M17938 was founded in Germany in the mid eighties and organized bike tours in Europe. In 2001 the founder moved to Tasmania and set up tours there. It was the first exclusively cycling-focussed tour operator in Tasmania and is still independent. They are proud for good value for money and their attention to details,...

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