Wild Pedder offers fully-guided and all-inclusive wilderness experiences, bushwalking and kayaking in Tasmania’s rugged south-west wilderness. Their signature trip, named the Pedder Experience, is four days and three nights in length, departing and returning to Hobart. It features bushwalking within the incredible Mount Field national park, along the rugged Anne Range, through the massive forests of the Upper Florentine Valley, and kayaking on majestic Lake Pedder.
The Pedder Experience is designed to give the intrepid traveller a taste of all that south-west Tasmania has to offer. With jagged mountain peaks strewn with endemic flora, and magnificent temperate rainforests lined with a myriad of mosses, fungi and ferns, the south-west is home to some of the tallest hardwood trees on earth. The Upper Florentine Valley, visited on day four, lays claim as the site of capture of the last Tasmanian Tiger found in the wild. Evenings are spent at the Pedder Wilderness Lodge, with a private dining area and fireplace and the pick of the best lake view rooms. Their menu is designed around Tasmanian produce and wines.
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