Trip planning is a very important part of your adventure and can take up a lot of your time. Sometimes it can take up all of your time
For the actual Rules for Peak Bagging in Tasmania, check out Wildtiger It has great photos too, to spare you the effort of actually having to climb mountains.
For those like myself, who are less fit or less energetically inclined, I can thoroughly recommend Peter Zund and Heather Ashton’s definitive Slothbagger’s Guide to Tasmania which they have kindly allowed me to share with you here.
As Peter and Heather write, “This guide has been developed to encourage members to enjoy some of the less active destinations in the state. Points can be claimed for the same destinations as many times as you wish. Destinations have been awarded points according to the following principles:
A: level of inactivity
B: ease of access
C: level of enjoyment
Get to it and have fun!?”
What kind of Slothbagger are you? Add up your points to find your category :-
Downright Active < 50
Member of Sloth Brigade 50-99
Dishonourable Sloth Bagger 100-199
Honourable Sloth Bagger 200-299
Sloth Bagger Extraordinaire 300-499
Sloth Bagger Supreme 500+
Brought to you by Peter Zund and Heather Ashcroft.
Happy Sloth Bagging Everyone!