3 day escape
six foot track
adventure

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what our clients said...
Just a note to say thank you very much to all the team for a great walk over the weekend. The guys were great, Dario's logistic and cooking skills were exceptional, Meaghan was great company and a big hit for the girls, and Mark was a really good host. The food, drink and support stuff e.g. tents were excellent, really well beyond expectations, contributing to an amazing experience.

All the best,
Barry Lanesman


I have always wanted to do this walk, so it was great to turn up at the start and know everything was taken care of by Life's An Adventure.There was nothing better than sitting around the camp after a long day's hike, eating amazingly prepared stews, curries and fresh fish with a glass of wine or beer. Dario our guide and Julian who drove the support van and chef extraordinaire, were both fantastic, as were all my fellow hikers.

Outdoor Adventurer, Kirribilli

 

 

 
six foot track walk - pre-departure information
Here's what you'll need to pack for your trip.. 

what to bring

For those taking the deluxe package, please pack two bags, a small day pack to take during the day's walk and one overnight bag - which will be transported from the start of the walk to the lodge/campsite each night. (All other walkers will carry their equipment).

Your overnight bag should include:

  • Full weather gear needed as climate is variable
    that you can remove when you warm up
  • Good walking boots/shoes - that have been walked
    in at least 4 weeks prior to the walk
  • towel
  • swimmers
  • insect repellent
  • sleeping bag
  • torch
  • jumper and warm gear for night, scarf, beanie, gloves etc
    (Black Range is 1200m above sea level it can be very cold
    here at night so please come prepared)
  • plate, cutlery and cup
  • any special medication
  • a pair of shoes to get wet
  • a pair of dry shoes
  • tent (unless hiring)
  • mattress (unless hiring)
  • clothes & underwear
  • 2 pairs of good thick walking socks
  • band-aids
  • toilettries
  • sleeping sheet & pillow
  • Guitar if you feel like a sing-a-long

Your day pack should include:

  • hat
  • sun screen
  • sun glasses
  • camera
  • large bottle of water or a water container
  • waterproof jacket

And be prepared to have a good time

what to wear

Please wear comfortable lightweight clothes (no jeans) wear a hat and good walking shoes for bushwalking. See full list above.

weather

This 3 day trip will still go ahead if it rains (Bring a light weight wet weather jacket and umbrella
if there looks likes there is a chance of rain), however if the weather is extreme this event will be postponed to another date.