Cradle Mountain National Forest is located in Tasmania, Australia. As early as 35,000 years ago, Tasmanian aborigines explored here. In winter, there are snow-capped mountains and mountains, and there are streams of tumbling waves in summer. A wide variety of wild animals and plants in the forest park are scattered throughout the virgin forest, and it is possible to see the endangered "Tasmanian demon" - the bag. In 2013, Cradle Mountain National Forest Park also established a friendly scenic relationship with Jiuzhaigou Scenic Spot in China.
You must buy a ticket to enter Cradle Mountain. The hotel you stay in is the starting point of the Cradle Mountain hiking route, but you must return one kilometer to the Cradle Mountain Visitor Center. The car can drive into the Cradle Mountain Scenic Area, but the staff repeatedly wants to avoid it. Come to the car.
Tickets: Adults are 16.5 Australian dollars and cars are 33 Australian dollars. It is limited to one car and two people, and there is no double charge.
Cradle Mountain has a lot of hiking routes. There is no such thing as a good view and the best. It feels very beautiful. Depending on your physical strength and time, most of them will choose to walk around the lake. The lake is blue and the mountain is snowy. The blue sky and white clouds above the head (when the luck is good), the mountain winds face, I feel really comfortable.
At first I thought it was the treasure bag of the town of Tasmania. Later, I found out that it was not stupid, not afraid of people, and always burying my head to eat, very cute.
Cradle Mountain has become Tasmania's most famous landscape, because there are snow-capped mountains, turbulent waves, and calm lakes.
The 65km long hiking trail can be selected for the Overland Track, which is completed in one week. It is also suitable for a small and small boardwalk.
We looked at the map and selected a hiking route with a slightly higher difficulty factor. From the beginning of the Overland Track, through the desolate alpine mud, along the tumbling waves, up the mountain to the hidden crater lake. Walking alone on the gravel-covered hiking trails is even more ridiculous against the backdrop of dead trees.
At the top of the mountain, I finally saw the famous Pigeon Lake. Not far from the powdery jade, the snow-capped mountains are so fascinating. In fact, looking at the pigeon lake is also a pleasant thing.
At noon, we are going to shoot the sunset on Cradle Mountain, but the car is coming out soon, the sky is starting to pour down the snow... This snow has accumulated a thick one in the ground in less than an hour. The layer of snow... It is clearly in the spring and summer, but the surrounding area is suddenly covered with snow. A friend from Australia in the circle of friends said, I feel that I have gone to fake Australia. I have not seen snow in Australia for so many years. In fact, this is probably near Tasmania, and the temperature is lower than that in Melbourne and other places. In addition, we are in the cradle mountain range, the altitude is higher and the natural temperature is lower, the probability of the following snow is even greater. Instantly turns into a white world. Fortunately, this snow has not been down all the time. We found something in the grass walking around the road. We got off and saw that it was a wild wombat! Stupid, stupid, and kangaroos came out.
Cradle Mountain is one of the most famous attractions in Tasmania.
I have been to many places in Australia. There are only snow mountains in Tasmania, so this is the only scenery in Australia.
As early as 35,000 years ago, Tasmanian aborigines explored here. It is said that there are snow-capped mountains in the winter and there are streams that are tumbling in the summer. A wide variety of wild animals and plants in the forest park are scattered throughout the virgin forest, and it is possible to see the endangered "Tasmanian demon" - the bag.
People's friends are curious. Cradle Mountain will be called Cradle Mountain, because from this point of view it is not like a cradle, but like a pair of breasts. In fact, I also feel the same...