The hike from Narcissus Hut to Cynthia Bay along Lake St Clair is the last (or first!) section of the Overland Track, and also makes a pleasant day walk. Although it’s a relatively boring walk in its own right – Shadow Lake circuit or Mt Rufus makes for a better day walk.
One of Tasmania’s “60 Great Short Walks”, Liffey Falls is accessed via two walking tracks that end up the picturesque cascades.
One of Tasmania’s 60 Great Short Walks, the hike to Meander Falls can be done as a circular walk, taking in a variety of terrain and a number of smaller (but equally impressive falls) by taking the Split Rock Track back to the start.
A short but picturesque loop in Leura that combines the Leura Cascades and Fern Bower tracks, combining multiple waterfalls and views over the Jamison Valley.
Cronan Creek Falls in the Mount Barney National Park is a beautiful waterfall that cascades into a small pool surrounded by dense rainforest.
Bulcamatta Falls Track is a short and shaded walk from the Burralow Creek campground, to a small grotto and waterfall.
A tough overnight walk through the jungle to the peak of Mount Trusmadi (2,642m) in Borneo, the second-highest mountain in Malaysia, via the Mannan Trail from Sinua. One of the best challenging walks you can do!
Pisang Falls (Sungai Pisang) is a short “jungle walk” near Kualu Lumpur, which follows the Pisang River from atunnels under the Karak Highway.
The Coomera Circuit at Binna Burra in Lamington National Park is a long day walk that combines waterfalls (Coomera Circuit) with views over the Byron hinterland (Mount Hobwee Circuit).
Mulu Caves and The Pinnacles is a three day hiking adventure. It explores one of the biggest cave systems in the world, beore climbing up to The Pinnacles, a unique karst formation in Mulu National Park.