Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge
Travel Blogs from Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Rather than take the conventional flight from Melbourne, Victoria to Launceston, Tasmania, Lyndsey and I booked a cabin aboard the Spirit of Tasmania for an overnight crossing. The decision proved astute for a number of reasons, not least the enchanting final view of Melbourne as the ship slipped away from the harbour. We had been warned that …
After an early breakfast, we took a short drive to the entrance of Cradle Mountain St Clair national park. The park is regulated by boom gates to restrict the numbers into this pristine area but luckily the boom gates opened and we drove the windy narrow road to the Dove lake car park! the embarkation point for our walk to cradle lake. Cradle …
Governorphil stayed here on May 12, 2011 during their trip titled: Tasmania 2011.
Strange sight at dinner! But they did seems to be running around everywhere.
We had jumped on the bus in the morning so we could start walking early on Tuesday. We wanted the whole day rather than having to speed hike after arriving early afternoon. This turned out to be a good plan as we could enjoy the visitor's center information, go …
Learned the history of the house we’re staying in at
breakfast and then left for Cradle Mountain. Turns out the owner spent time
with the BLM in Spokane in the late 50’s and had been throughout the western
U.S. including going salmon fishing on Puget Sound. Took a short driving tour of downtown Launceston
before heading …
How has this resort rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsPeppers Cradle Mountain Lodge Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park
Friendly staff and cabins are ok. Fireplaces are a nice touch
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