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All reviews steep climb walk up chair lift walked down well worth the effort coming down walking track awesome views cable car great walk both ways take your time chairlift ride bass strait visit stanley zig zag 2km
My husband and I were feeling a little lazy after 3 days hiking in Cradle Mountain so chose to ride the chair lift up to the top of The Nut. Although the walk up isn't very long it is very steep!
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The Nut reserve is very beautiful and has the most magnificent views out to sea in North West Tasmania. There are plenty of spots to view this exciting place. It is unique because of the beautiful drive to actually get out to "The Nut" Not...More
A visit to the Nut is a must for all visitors to Stanley. The 2km walk at the top provides excellent vistas from several different points. It is a really steep climb. Only takes about 10/15 mins but you will be out of puff. Alternatively...More
I arrived in Stanley late afternoon so the chairlift was shut for the evening. So, I walked up the ridiculously steep Zig Zag track and so happy I did! It was a gorgeous evening and I walked around the whole track to all the view...More
The day we visited, a strong and chilly wind was blowing.
We chose to take the chairlift up. The people working at both ends - a guy down below and a woman up on The Nut - were not friendly at all. It's a shame,...More
After breakfast we rode up to the Nut Chair lift. A short ride to the top of the Nut was very easy and we enjoyed the 2k walk around the top. We decided to walk back down and it was steeper than it looked so...More
When i did my research i considered using the chair lift, however when i got there i decided to be brave and walk it.. OH MY. it was so steep, felt like i was climbing a cliff.. but it was a short walk up there....More
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The walk takes about 10-15 mins to top of the nut depending on how many stops required to take a breath or take great photos and of course much quicker to come back down. Once at the top it is just a leisurely walk around... More
The walk takes about 10-15 mins to top of the nut depending on how many stops required to take a breath or take great photos and of course much quicker to come back down. Once at the top it is just a leisurely walk around the nut to observe the views, wildlife etc. This could be done in an hour or longer. It reallay does depend on fitness and long you want to study things. It is well worth the effort. Hope this helps.