Sunday, 5 August 2012

Lake St Clair

Lake St Clair is Australia's deepest lake and a classic example of a glacial lake. At the southern end of the Overland Track, the lake, for strange Tasmanian reasons, does not enjoy the iconic status of Cradle Mt in the north. The lake is serenely beautiful, surrounded as it is by snow-capped mountains. What better reason to visit the lake in winter, stay a couple of nights, travel up the lake by boat and do some stunning day or multi-day walks? Yet few people do. This is a place I intend spending a lot of time,  both on the water and in the surrounding mountains. So watch this space for more images and adventures.

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