Spring newsletter out now!

See all the latest news, stories and photos from the Cape to Cape Track in our spring newsletter – out now! Read our spring newsletter HERE.

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It’s got all the Cape To Cape Explorer Tours tour dates for 2020 and 2021. And some great stories and photos of visitors who have been hiking the Cape to Cape Track with us recently.

Message from our founder in the spring newsletter

The spring newsletter also has a message from our founder and managing director, Gene Hardy. Gene tells readers: “I hope this newsletter finds you healthy, well and staying sane in these uncertain times. There’s no doubt COVID-19 has thrown a massive spanner in the works for all of us, particularly those planning travels in 2020.”

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“With the WA border remaining closed in the short term, many of our interstate visitors have sadly had to postpone or reschedule hiking adventures planned for the Cape to Cape Track this spring. The good news is you can book now for our popular autumn hiking season from March-May in 2021. Or next spring from September-December 2021. See www.capetocapetours.com.au for tour dates or check out our guided or self-guided hiking options,” Gene says.

Great time for West Aussies to hike the Cape to Cape Track

In the spring newsletter, Gene goes on to say there’s never been a better time for West Australian hikers to come on a Cape to Cape adventure with us. “Some of our guided hikes this spring – kicking off next week – were booked out. But with the cancellations from eastern states, there are now spots available. That includes on most of our 8-Day Guided End-to-End tours throughout September, October and November,” he says.

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“Spring is the perfect time to spot many stunning varieties of orchids on the Cape to Cape Track. And take in the mind-blowing wildflower season and humpback whale migration! If you’re simply visiting the Margaret River region, our hiking accommodation hub at SurfPoint Resort is the perfect base. Or enjoy a taste of the region at home by ordering from Margaret River Hampers. Here at Cape To Cape Explorer Tours we’ve used the COVID-19 downtime to focus on staff training. And put our tours under the microscope to enhance and improve them. All of our upcoming tours have good bookings with WA clients, so the company is in a solid position!

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“We can’t wait to welcome you back to Margaret River. After everything we’ve all been through, I reckon a hike on the Cape to Cape Track is the perfect antidote!” If you missed it earlier, read our spring newsletter HERE.