Find out what the press have been saying about Cradle Mountain Huts and the Overland Track.
Overland over snow
For a week of our lives we have stepped away from all the affairs of the world and are all the richer for having done so. Together we have walked the Overland Track, in winter.
These boots are made for walking
There are attractions aplenty in Tasmania - the food, the history - but for a certain breed, the sort who heed the siren call of bushland tracks and dri-fit clothing, there is one paramount reason for being there: walking.
Peak Season on the Overland Track
This time around the challenge was to bag the park's highest points...
Luxury Travel - Cradle Mountain Huts Walk
Newly acquainted Cradle Huts guests sight their first breathtaking tableau...
The Overland Track
When the going gets tough...
Active holidays - Star Trek.
Australian House and Garden.
An eerie encounter is just one of the many highlights of a hike through the wilderness of central Tasmnaia, writes Lisa Green.
Trails of the unexpected
One of Australia's great walks changed Victoria Carey's outlook with more than just spectacular scenery.
Mud, sweat and cheers - SMH
Louise Southerden salutes Tasmania's classic Overland Track, on a six-day guided walk in World Heritage-listed wilderness.
The Sydney Morning Herald - Traveller. Weekend Edition. September 29-30 2012.
Great Walks - Overland Track
I’ve heard it said that Cradle Mountain Huts Walk isn’t really doing the Overland Track. That if someone is carrying your food and you don’t need to haul a tent or bedding around, well, it’s just not the same is it?... I’m joining this pack of alleged frauds to experience, firsthand, the Cradle Huts version of tackling the iconic track.