First correct it - "it should be Mount Field, or Mount Field, not Mount Fidel. (Ctrip should correct it.) Fieldhill National Park is located about 70 kilometers northwest of Hobart, Tasmania. Starting from Hobart, it is about an hour's drive to the parking lot of Tall Trees Walk Road, which is Gate 2 of the park. Landscape diversity in the park ranges from Eucalyptus temperate rain forests to alpine marshes, with the highest point being Mount Field, 1,434 meters above sea level. Mount Field National Park, built in 1916, is Tasmania's oldest national park along with Francine National Park in Wine Cup Bay. The area around Russell Falls in the garden has been protected since 1885, making it Tasmania's earliest natural reserve. The last wild wolf was captured in the area in 1933. Before 1946, the reserve was called "National Park" and it was renamed in 1947. Let's start with the tall tree walkway, one of Tasmania's 60 short walks. The swamp almond Eucalyptus in Mount Field is one of the tallest trees in Australia. Walking under the tall crown, you can use inclinometer to calculate the height of these trees. On the way to Russell Falls, Russell Falls, you can see a horseshoe Falls near the fork. Go and see it first. Enjoy the horseshoe Falls, then turn back to Russell Falls. Because we want to see tall trees, we get off the car in the parking lot of tall trees. Otherwise, it's much closer to Russell Falls directly from the Visitor Center of Fidel Mountain National Park. Russell Falls is not spectacular, but its layers of delicate, surrounded by lush vegetation, appear scattered, particularly elegant, amazing. In addition to Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls and Lady Barron Falls, Mrs. Barron Falls will not be there for a limited period of time. The parking lot of Gaoshuqun where we got off was in the middle, with Horseshoe Falls and Russell Falls in the northeast and Mrs. Baron Falls in the southwest. It would take at least two and a half hours to view the three waterfalls plus the ring road of tall trees. It would be hard to take another picture and stay for a while. We gave it two hours and 15 minutes. Watch tall trees, Horseshoe Falls and Russell falls, don't go back. Take Russell Falls Nature Walk, the natural trail of Russell Falls, enjoy the dense rain forest along the way, observe Tasmania's unique forest area, and meet with visitors'centers and tour guides. Fig. 1 - "Fieldhill National Park was listed in Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Reserve in 2013; Fig. 2 - "Camera can't photograph all of the 79-meter-high marsh almond Eucalyptus from its root neck to the top of its crown; Fig. 5 - "Watching Russell Falls - Seeing its beautiful scenery pouring down several layers along the mountain; Fig. 10 - "Why is Horseshoe Falls, like horseshoe?
Fidel Mountain National Park is a primitive forest park, nearly 100 kilometers away from Hobart, so you can return from Hobart on the day of departure. This National Park has eucalyptus forests growing at low altitudes, cold temperate rain forests and alpine vegetation growing at an altitude of more than 1000 meters, so the flora is rich and diverse and does not interfere with each other. Walking into the forest, you will feel shocked: tree height can not see the treetop, tree thickness is difficult to encircle a few people, the trunk and branches are covered with moss, dead trees are still sprouting in spring... More precious is the abundant water. The famous Russell Falls is in the forest for 30 minutes on foot. The trails are well repaired along the way. The signs are clear. It was almost dusk on the day we went, so only a foreigner passed by us. So we were afraid to go when there were fewer people. But the landscape is the primeval forest that I feel most worth seeing all the way.
Fidel Hill National Park, though not a big one, is the nearest National Park to Hobart. It's an hour and 15 minutes'drive. The temperate rain forests, which are artworks of the biota, are still worth seeing. After all, they are rarely distributed around the world. Tall trees, lush shrubs and epiphytes make up a wonderful picture. Hiking here, the Wizard of the Mill Woods, feels very wonderful! Recommend!
It's still a long way off. It's about an hour and a half from Hobart. But the scenery along the way is beautiful. Not only can you see the river with black swans. And you can see a lot of hop planting and sheep. Two are the most famous on this mountain. One is a waterfall. That's Russell Falls. There are three stories. It is magnificent. Another is tall trees. Eucalyptus trees can reach 87 meters here. That is to say, the tallest hardwood in the world. Moreover, the negative ion content in this primeval forest is very high. The air is fresh.
There are many places worth visiting in this park. We only went to Honeymoon Bay and Wine Cup Bay. The scenery is magnificent. Very shocked. It's a very good way to go up the mountain. It's only half an hour away. The cashmere clothes in the tourist center are good and the logo in the park is also good. In such a rare scenic spot, no littering is allowed. The compatriots should improve their quality and not destroy the environment.
Fidel Hill National Park is a large area, not many people, a good place!
There are Russell Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Along the way, you can see ancient trees and grey kangaroos.
This place is still good, a relatively primitive forest park. It's quiet, natural, primitive, with many ferns, and it feels like a Jurassic park. At the same time, you can drive to the top of the mountain to see a lake. Although the water is red, but nobody, it is really good. There are three waterfalls in the park to see, but the waterfall is very small, there is no sense of grandeur. Many pictures can be seen in my travels.
It's about seventy kilometers from Hobart. A hundred years ago, this was a national park. The developed countries knew about the protection of the natural environment earlier. The so-called famous Lusu Falls look just like this. The park is well equipped with professional hiking trails. Billy is suitable for outdoor enthusiasts. No animals "endemic to South Australia" were seen. It is said that you can see it at the animal protection station in front of you, but you can't.