Life’s an Adventure sponsors the 7 Bridges Walk
As part of our commitment to make the world better than we left it Life’s an Adventure is a sponsor of the 7 Bridges Walk, a 28km walk around Sydney that raises money for the Cancer Council.
Life’s an Adventure provided one of their pack-free guided walks as an incentive prize to encourage people to raise money for this worthy cause.
Last year’s event was in October and the winner of the prize, just announced, was Andrew Chernih. Andrew is off to experience our Three Capes pack-free guided walk.
It’s one of our Signature Walks and we love it as we’re sure Andrew will too!
Our Three Capes pack-free guided walk explores the natural beauty of the Tasman Peninsula in the far south-east corner of Tasmania, a region famous for its three spectacular capes featuring the highest, vertical seas cliffs in Australia and a dramatic coastline of caves and towering sea stacks.
We spend two nights at Stewarts Bay Lodge. From here you will be transferred to the trails each day. Our guests love everything about this gorgeous 4-star accommodation nestled in a natural setting overlooking Stewarts Bay and its white sand beach.
On this tour, guests will have the choice of a spectacular helicopter ride with Rotor-Lift Aviation, where you’ll fly over all the Capes you have walked over the previous days! Cape Pillar, Three Capes Track, Cape Raoul, Cape Hauy, Port Arthur Penal Settlement and Tasman Island of course.
OR… join a wilderness cruise around Cape Pillar to see the spectacular cliffs from sea level. Both options are a great way to appreciate the grandeur of the rugged Tasman Peninsula.