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This walk is a little longer than advertised in some brochures. Some state 4km return, others 8km, Apple tells me it was more like 12.5km. We did this walk at a steady pace with the youngest of our group only 4. It’s a pretty easy...More
Walked in from the Williamsford car park, the trail is built along a disused railway. There are signs of the old tracks and some ruins left from the bridges. Mostly flat walk, damp underfoot in places. Passes an entrance to the old mine, you can...More
We got there just as the trail was being re-opened after the recent bushfires and with a fair bit of rain around which we figured would work in our favour.
There is a toilet at the start and seeing that the walk is a 3...More
This is a relatively flat, easy walk but you should allow 2-3 hours to complete at a relaxed, comfortable pace. The track can be quite muddy in places so wear appropriate footwear. Gorgeous rainforest walk, which is peaceful and invigorating, follows an old Tram Line...More
For the older over weight unfit people who are wondering if they could do this walk yes you can. My husband and I did it today took around 1hour & 40minutes to get there and back and we spent around 1/2 hour at the falls....More
Montezuma Falls ... named after an Aztec emperor of Mexico or a mining company? Or both? 🤷🏼♀️
Today mum, dad, Chris and I headed off through the rainforest here on the west coast to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Tasmania.
The track to...More
My wife and I have just returned from the West Coast of Tasmania and have previously driven the Montezuma Falls Track on two previous occasions (Land Rover Discovery Series I and Prado 120), albeit over a 20 year period. On this occasion we headed in...More
The turn off for Montezuma falls is just 2km South of Rosebery and well worth visiting.
The trail is very flat and even making it a very easy walk. It is a total of about 10km and 3 hours. The falls themselves are amazing. There...More
We were lucky enough to have great weather. A bit of a trudge in the rain but falls would be sensational if you have the right clothing. I am not very fit but completed the walk in under the suggested time. Just pick up a...More