Ladies conquer Cape to Cape

We love taking hikers for life-changing adventures on Margaret River’s 124km coastal wilderness trail, the Cape to Cape Track. And as well as running our own guided and self-guided hiking experiences, we get a real kick out of collaborating with hiking and adventure groups.

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One of them is the Western Australia-based Travelling Femmes. They offer “epic adventures for like minded women who are passionate about travel and life”. Their motto is: “It’s a big world out there and we love to explore it!”. And their journeys are “all about having fun, living in the moment and making memories that last a lifetime”.

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So the Cape to Cape Track is the perfect destination for exploring the great outdoors and making life-long memories for the members of the Travelling Femmes. This season we’ve had two visits from the group and their awesome base of fun-loving female clients. Here’s an account of their most recent visit to the Margaret River region for a one-day hike during some atmospheric spring weather!

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Rain, hail and shine in Margaret River

“We came… and we conquered. Today we tackled another section of the Track. This time from Redgate Beach via Contos to Boranup Forest. So proud of these ladies! We were challenged with all the elements today. That included sunshine, rain, hail, 40km/h coastal winds and even a sneaky water crossing.

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“We started our hike along Redgate Beach, learning about the history of the area from our incredible guide, Heather from Cape to Cape Explorer Tours. It wasn’t long before we were having to get our shoes/feet wet as we crossed Calgardup Brook. Our adventure was only just beginning as we wandered through bushland, navigated our way along the coastal cliffs with views of the raging surf below, and a steep climb to Bobs Hollow. It was the perfect shelter from the wind and rain.

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Lunch amidst forest and orchids on the Cape to Cape Track

“Lunch soon followed at Contos before we continued on to Boranup Forest where we walked under a canopy of enormous trees. And took many photos of beautiful orchids and wildflowers. We headed off course deep into nature and finished with an unexpected surprise visit at Brides Cave.

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And a well earned Margaret River wine to finish…

“Tonight we sit back, relax with a vino in hand by the fire whilst we enjoy each other’s company and leg massages by wonderful Christine!”

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Well done ladies! Can’t wait to see you for your next adventure on the wild and beautiful hike in the stunning Margaret River region!! To book your adventure with Cape To Cape Explorer Tours, click HERE.