Fittrek for woman loves Freycinet

Freycinet Peninsula in Tasmania is truly a world class destination. Stunning, gorgeous, breathtaking - words can't even begin to define the sense of this awesome, natural,beautiful world.

It is simply an area that has so much to offer. We knew it would be the perfect destination for one of our long weekend Fittrek adventures.

An early morning departure from Sydney on Friday enabled us to take on the iconic Mt Amos that same afternoon. Mt Amos is part of the Hazards range and is made of granite which gives it's stunning pink hue.

The Fittrek girls embraced the steep and challenging climb to enjoy an unrivalled view of Wineglass bay. Our Fittrek training and weekly adventures prepared us well for the challenging, yet exciting ascent.

Every few minutes taking a moment to look up and from whatever angle and enjoying some of the most majestic views in Australia.

WOW! What an amazing day topped off by a few celebratory bubbles in our beautiful "home for two days" situated on Coles bay, with views of Sandpiper beach and back to the Hazards.

A relaxed start to day two and our Hazard Circuit trek. The loop walk started on the Coles Bay side of the Freycinet peninsula with great views from the cliff face back into Coles bay. Then down Hazards Beach and before crossing the peninsula to Wine Glass Bay. We walked down the beach to a secluded section where we just soaked up the vista and the pristine clear waters of the bay. Chilly water to play in, although truly enlivening.

After luxuriating on the sands of Wine Glass Bay, back on track to complete the day with a final view from the lookout.

Every minute in the Freycinet wonderland is blessed with the most amazing views.

Day three we head back to Hobart alongside scenic Coles bay for our kunanyi / Mt Wellington adventure. Mt Wellington Park is the stunning backdrop to Hobart and at 1200 metres is not just a walk in the park. The most scenic rocky path (Pinnacle Track) to the summit looks down on Hobart and Sandy Bay and the picturesque waterways around Hobart. Arriving at the top to a chilly 3 degrees (hard to believe we were swimming the day before!) has really made this a four seasons adventure. In the spirit of wanting to keep our adventure going we took a lesser known descent (Ice House track) with rock scrambles and boulders along a trail along a high ridge in an Alpine environment to descend through the forests hugging the sides of Mt Wellington. Truly a walk of variety and beauty at every turn.

Our amazing Fittrek women embraced all challenges with such enthusiasm and gusto. It is such a pleasure to see each and every one to embark on a fitness journey, grow in strength and confidence culminating in a FITTREK adventure.

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