Mole Creek Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... winding roads then climbing the mountain passes. We went up Mt Roland to see if we could get a bird's eye view of the snow and ranges but due to the rain and cloud there was not a very good view. At 4pm we settled into Cradle Mountain Caravan Park, freezing cold and very wet but no sign of snow. Lovely laid out park but couldn’t believe the shower building were not fully enclosed, especially due to the fact that it is in the middle ...
... lake so we were able to pop up to the top to be able to see the views and enjoy the sights on the way up from the warmth of the shuttle. We got to see some wombats on the way but other than that not many animals were out. The views up at Dove Lake we absolutely stunning. I really wish we could have been able to spend more time here, hopefully next time!
Now it was time to call it a day and head back to Launceston ...
... obvious that the new wheel I had had built for the trip wasn't up to the task. We subsequently diverted to Deloraine for the night so that I could organise to travel to Launceston the next day for repairs or replacement. The up side was that we got a nice shower at the campground as opposed to bathing in the crystal waters of a Tasmanian river with temperatures just above ...
Another long a winding drive through mountains up to cradle mountain in the morning. Then we hiked the overland track up to Maria's lookout (about 1100m high) for our first glimpse of Cradle Mountain. A bloody good hike/climb but the views were sensational and made it massively worth the effort. We then went down to Dove Lake for a different view and then back up to ...
... 8217;s Lookout, at 1223 m altitude. It got really steep just before the lookout, so I was glad to take a break on the top and have my Nutella roll (which definitely saved my life!) From here we had a fantastic view of the Crandle Mountain and the landscape with its mountains and lakes. The path continued on a hilly route until Cradle Mountain. Firstly there were a path leading up the mountain but eventually the path ended and you had to climb over big rocks to the summit ...