View of Lake Judd from Mount Anne track

View of Lake Judd from Mount Anne track

Introduction

Mount Anne is a remarkable full day hike located in the South-West National Park. It’s beautiful rugged mountain terrain offering spectacular panoramic views through-out and a hiking challenge you won’t likely forget.  Starting from Condominium Creek the walk quickly puts you in the thick of things with a steady climb to the beautiful alpine plateau of Mount Eliza. From there, the climb to the summit of Mount Anne is demanding and not for those with fear of heights. The reward at the top? One of the most sublime views of Southern Tasmania on offer anywhere.

Getting There


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From Hobart, head north along the Brooker Highway, then the Lyell Highway through New Norfolk.  Take the Gordon River Road from New Norfolk and follow it for 60km before coming to the left-hand turn off to Scotts Peak Road. The car park for the Mount Eliza and Mount Anne walks is located roughly 21km along this road.

The Trail

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Photos

Mount Anne Final climb

Mount Anne Final climb

Mount Eliza climb

Mount Eliza climb

View of Lake Pedder from Mount Eliza

View of Lake Pedder from Mount Eliza