Bushwalking and Mountaineering Training Program

TRAINING PLAN FOR BUSHWALKING AND MOUNTAINEERING

Tasmania is a walking destination for people across the world. For many Tasmanians, there are many bucket-list walks both at home and abroad. The fitter and better prepared you are, the more enjoyable these experiences can be. But how do you get ready? Where do you start?

Our Bushwalking and Mountaineering Training Program gets participants ready for multi-day walking in remote areas, mostly by going walking in remote areas! Along the way, you will gain tips and knowledge on pack preparation, putting up tents as well as improving your fitness.

And this program doesnít just get you ready for the Overland Track. From the 3 Capes Track to the Coast to Coast Walk in England and Macchu Piccu in Peru, there are a staggering amount of multi-day walks for you to complete. But they all start with the right fitness and skills which is where our Bushwalking and Mountaineering Program comes in!

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THIS PREP PROGRAM?

  • Preparation for multi-day walks in Tasmania
  • Using local trails and Tasmania’s great remote walking trails, you will be leg-fit and pack-ready

Contact us below to request an information pack for the program.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How much time does it take?
Sessions will vary in length from hours to days. Email contact@ascentfitness.com.au to receive your info pack. This will include a detailed list of the likely times for each session.  
I had an injury, can I still join?
Overland Track Pack Attack is a physically intense training program conducted in remote areas in potentially challenging environmental conditions. Carrying an injury into this environment is not recommended. If you are unsure, consult a medical professional for advice before registering for Overland Track Pack Attack.
I am pregnant. Is this walk suitable for me?
Overland Track Pack Attack is a physically intense training program conducted in remote areas in potentially challenging environmental conditions. Undertaking the Overland Track Pack Attack while pregnant is not recommended. If you are unsure, consult a medical professional for advice before registering for Overland Track Pack Attack.

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