Cradle Mountain – A Photo
by Adam Goodwin | 2016 | Last Updated: January 10, 2016
I spent a chunk of November and December 2015 in Australia (a few blog posts about the trip: Hobart and Sydney). While in Tasmania, Australia, I spent a day hiking to the top of Cradle Mountain. This was one of the hardest hikes I have ever done. The last hour was climbing over massive boulders and rocks. However, when I made it to the top, it was a very rewarding experience that I look forward to repeating in the future.
Before starting the hike, I was able to capture this picture of the mountain.
The Picture of Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, Australia
At the start of the hike, luckily, the weather was cooperating:
Dove Lake is the body of water in the foreground. More information about hiking Cradle Mountain is available from the Parks and Wildlife Service.
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is a Canadian who has lived and worked in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and North America, who is currently attending one of the world’s best sport management programs at the University of Windsor. He is a proud introvert and silent leader. He has traveled to 50 major global cities around the world, and has worked with universities, non-profits, consulting firms, and sport organizations. He has family and friends around the world. Follow his travels, work, projects, and thoughts on Twitter (@adam13goodwin)
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