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Montezuma Falls
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bettsy_10
Melbourne15 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2023 • Coppie
A long way. Easy walk though. Worth the effort. Falls lovely. Lunch on the rocks in front of falls. Bridge not for the faint hearted
Scritta in data 14 gennaio 2024
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BruceG
Perth, Australia7 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
nov 2023 • Famiglia
we walked to the Falls in intermittent cold rain but loved it. So much natural beauty at all scales from tiny flowers to huge tree ferns, all sorts of fungi, and the lovely waterfall with a great view from the suspension bridge. The walk did take three hours - remember to take some food and water- and we were tired.
Scritta in data 14 novembre 2023
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SMOAI76
Tasmania, Australia1.421 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
lug 2023
Access to the falls for walkers is via a 6klm track off the main A10 Murchison Highway on the western side of Rosebery, it is signposted not with the standard brown/white tourist info type of road sign but but one of the blue painted parks department style signage.

Most of the 6klm in road is sealed, the final klm or so is more gravelly and broken up with potholes. Road does narrow and bend in places so reduce speed accordingly and be prepared for other vehicles.

On arrival there is a large open parking area, grassy area adjacent with picnic bench.
Free entry & free parking

One toilet at the start of the walking track, unisex composting/non flush toilet and yes there was toilet paper!! Only toilet on site.

Overall the walk will take about 3 hours at a steady pace allowing for photo stops along the way, it's the same way in and out it's not a loop, it's about 10klm overall.

Plenty of lush green foliage, fungi, lichen the sight and sounds of running water along the way with of course the main show at the end the mighty Montezuma's Falls. Big high and loud fall, not that wide but a great sight.

Great viewing area near the foot of the falls for photos looking from the bottom to the top of the falls. Plus one of those narrow one person wide suspension bridges that you can also view the falls from whilst suspended over the river/valley below, it's bouncy with a 4 person max at one time.

Plenty of info signs along the way about nature and old industry in the area, give yourself time and enjoy the trip.

If you're a hardcore hiker this is no challenge for you it'll just be a scenic walk, if you are an occasional walker you'll love it and if you are concerned you're not fit enough for the walk give it a go. It's not a steep up and down walk the track gently undulates at worst. There are also about 4 benches along the way if you want to stop and sit for a while.

Although not a tough walk I would not consider the terrain suitable for someone in a wheelchair or who needs to use a walking frame, walking stick(s) user maybe OK but depends on your confidence and you need to allow for movement of ground under your stick.

NOTE: Whatever time of year you visit, dress for wet conditions. West Coast Tas gets a lot of rain all year round in winter when I visited a week after prolonged rain the track had many large puddles, water running onto the pathway and muddy spots. In summer it may be drier but it's still a shady damp rain forest environment. So wear boots or sturdy walking shoes/sneakers that you don't mind getting dirty.

There's no public drinking water supply so bring your own drink and a snack.

The falls track is now one of the many mountain bike tracks available on the west coast and is sign posted as a shared track for walkers and cyclists. No bikes around during my visit but it was low season.

Enjoy...it's so very green and lush
Scritta in data 23 agosto 2023
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cavamebri
Albany, Australia390 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
gen 2023 • Famiglia
A beautiful walk along an old tram track. The track was wet and muddy so be prepared. The best part is the suspension bridge at the falls. Took us just over an hour of walking one way.
Scritta in data 26 gennaio 2023
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Helen K
17 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
ott 2022 • Coppie
Tbh. I didn't think I could do this walk been a very long walk. And not fit. But had no issues. Yes it's long but it's flat and there are things to distract you from walk. Old tracks, old bridges, minor falls, river. A tunnel. A suspension bridge. (I didn't do, but don't need to cross to veiw the Fall.) there had just been floods so Montezuma was booming stunning. Don't let the length of this deter you. It's well worth it
Scritta in data 4 novembre 2022
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Nanette T
71 contributi
Punteggio 1,0 su 5
mag 2022 • Coppie
We travelled via tar and unsealed roads to the ‘largest falls’ in Tasmania to be advised it is a further 5 km walk to view them. Of no value to be advised on a sign upon arrival that the walk is required. Waste of time to travel here if you have children or elderly guests! Don’t bother going if you don’t want to walk or feel unsafe leaving your car in a deserted remote car park!
Scritta in data 17 maggio 2022
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danielkayelene
The Summit, Australia757 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
gen 2022
The track winds it way through the forest beside the Ring River along an old tramway trail built to service a disused silver mine. It is a 10km return hike but not too strenuous - gentle inclines and declines only. It took us around 3.5 hours to complete the return journey back to the carpark - including plenty of photo stops and a rest at the Falls.

There are plenty of interesting sites along the way including an old tramway bridge across the river slowly being reclaimed by the rainforest, aged sleepers on the trail with railway spikes still embedded and an old mine shaft. The pay off at the end was the Falls of course and a 100m long suspension bridge. One of our favourite hikes in Tasmania.

Take care - we saw a couple of Tiger Snakes adjacent to the trail.
Scritta in data 16 febbraio 2022
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Rowan H
Cairns, Australia1.355 contributi
Punteggio 4,0 su 5
gen 2022
The Montezuma Falls track is a 9.8km track that is located near the town of Rosebery. It follows a now defunct railway track that was constructed by the Montezuma mining company 100+ years ago to transport ore between its mining sites in the area and the smelters. At the end of the track is Montezuma falls - Tasmanias highest waterfall (104m) as well as a suspension bridge.

Firstly, I must say that this is a walk more than a hike. The track is virtually completely flat with no ups or downs. This makes it suitable for elderly, children and people who are not fit.

You can bring your dogs (Its allowed)

You don't get phone reception along the path.

You don't need a parks pass to visit as its not located in a national park (my understanding anyway)

There is a single drop toilet at the start of the path which was in poor condition.

Bring your own water as the water in the stream is not considered drinkable due to contamination by the mining site.

Took us 2 hours, 20 minutes return.

Personally although I thought the waterfall was impressive I found this walk a little bit dull - it was not physically challenging and the scenery was similar all the way through up to the waterfall.
Scritta in data 5 gennaio 2022
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Xa30
Brisbane, Australia133 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2021
It was a fantastic walk to see a giant waterfall. I really enjoyed the walk in the rainforest indeed. The track was quite simple, with not stairs or steep slopes, And the suspension bridges were of great fun, Rain protection is a must as the weather was unpredictable and there was not shelter at all.
Scritta in data 25 dicembre 2021
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Gwen G
Launceston, Tasmania, Australia156 contributi
Punteggio 5,0 su 5
dic 2021
Long but easy walk. Sign said 3 hours return but took us 1 hour 10 each way at a reasonable pace. Definitely wear hiking boots as a number of places on the track were very wet. The track was constructed along the old train track and many of the wooden sleepers are still in situ. You can walk across the suspension bridge and down to the bottom of the falls which are spectacular. Absolutely well worth the hike.
Scritta in data 12 dicembre 2021
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