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Tasmanian Bushwalking Clubs and Tasmanian Bushwalking Links

Blandfordia Alpine Club
http://www.blandfordia.org/
Circular Head Walking Club Inc.
PO Box 482 Smithton 7330
 
Deloraine Walking Club
P.O. Box 173 Deloraine 7304
Eastern Shore Ramblers
26 Kunama Dr. Kingston Beach 7050
 
Hobart Walking Club
http://www.hobartwalkingclub.org.au
Launceston Ramblers Club
P.O. Box 460 Launceston 7250
 
Launceston Walking Club
http://www.launcestonwalkingclub.org.au
North-West Walking Club
http://www.nwwc.org.au
 
Pandani Bushwalking Club
http://www.pandani.org.au

Bushwalking Boots

imageOver the last few decades there has been an incredible increase in footwear specially designed for bushwalking and not only can it be confusing but it is also daunting to have to choose the right footwear for yourself. Picking a well constructed, comfortable and compatible bushwalking boot, shoe or sandal can make or break your walking experience. Fit, quality, safety, comfort, speed, durability, and the ability to handle rough terrains are some of the things that should be taken into consideration when choosing bushwalking footwear. The protection of the walker’s feet against pain, water, mud, rocks, and other wilderness obstacles are the most important factors, not the latest looks or great style.

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FAQ

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