Celebrating Nature

For the Love of Outdoors is an online sanctuary for outdoor lovers. A blog about all things nature, hiking and adventure. Pour yourself an enamel mug of coffee and make sure to leave your own outdoor tips and adventure stories in the comments.

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The Needles Tasmania

The Needles Tasmania is a truly spectacular short walk about 1.5 hours out of Hobart. Within only an hour of uphill struggle, you are rewarded with a 360º which includes Mt Field, Mt Mueller, Mt Anne, the Saw Back Range and Lake Pedder among many other landmarks and features.

If you are in the Mt Field area, make sure to stop by this amazing walk. Or turn it into an off the beaten track day trip from Hobart.

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Lowe Alpine Airzone Trail 25 Review

My Lowe Alpine Airzone Trail 25 and I have been mountain buddies for about a year now, so a little bit of internet love and praise is well overdue.

Freycinet Peninsula Circuit - Coastal Multi Day Hike - Tasmania, Australia - For the Love of Outdoors
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Freycinet Peninsula Circuit Tasmania

The Freycinet Peninsula Circuit is a short but intense multi day hike located on the East Coast of Tasmania. Framed by beautiful beaches, surrounded by aqua colored water and home to famed Wineglass Bay. This quick multi day hike makes a great adventurous summer escape.

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Kayaking Lake Pedder Tasmania

Moving from one of the most densely populated areas of the world to one the least has been a surreal experience. With almost half of Tasmania’s land allocated as a National Park or some kind of Reserve, you’re never far away from some amazing nature sights. One of the most beautiful spots, we recently discovered, is Lake Pedder.

Cradle Mountain Hikes Tasmania - For the Love of Outdoors
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Cradle Mountain Hikes Tasmania

Not all National Parks are created equal. Even though I love every park I’ve been to so far, Cradle Mountain really stands out to me. With great views, lots of wombats and a more-than-usual upbeat vibe from fellow hikers, it really is a must-see in Tasmania.
We’ve started putting together this guide to Cradle Mountain Hikes to help you prep for your own adventure out there. I’m convinced you’ll love it!

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