Conquer Cradle Mountain
to Beat MS
27 FEBRUARY - 3 MARCH 2022
21 - 25 MARCH 2022
JOIN MS IN TASMANIA FOR THE JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME AS YOU
CONQUER CRADLE MOUNTAIN TO BEAT MS!
Trek the spectacular surrounds of Cradle Mountain as we traverse sections of the iconic Overland Trail. Over four days, experience the rare beauty and diversity of Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area. This stunning wilderness region features a huge diversity of flora and fauna; visit glacially carved lakes, ancient rainforests, fragrant eucalypt forests, golden buttongrass moorlands and beautiful alpine meadows.
This is your chance to leave everything behind and immerse yourself in one of Australia’s premier trekking destinations.
Expert guides will lead you across this ancient landscape, seeking out some of the park’s hidden highlights. With an abundance of wildlife you are likely to encounter Tasmanian devils, quolls, platypus, echidna, wombats and the highly inquisitive black currawong set amongst mountainous terrain and magnificent views.
Not only will you experience the pristine beauty of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area on this exciting challenge, but this is also your chance to travel with purpose and create real change in people’s lives — and in yourself. Travelling with MS & Soulful Concepts inspires a sense of motivation and encouragement because this trip is contributing to a wonderful cause; supporting Australians living with multiple sclerosis. Share once-in-a-lifetime memories with like-minded travellers while experiencing Tasmania’s breathtaking landscape. You’ll walk away with treasured moments and the knowledge that you have been a part of something life-changing!
Access the itinerary and find out more about Conquer Cradle Mountain to Beat MS. Our travel partners, Soulful Concepts are ready to answer all your questions and sign you up for this life changing adventure!
Your support and fundraising efforts will provide vital MS support services, including service coordination and wellness programs to thousands of people living with multiple sclerosis.