A few minutes after 1pm I wrenched myself away from the gloriousness of the boat ramp, and started on an unsigned vehicle width track, having tried unsuccessfully tracking closer to the water. As I discovered later, the Derwent River was edged by cliffs and so walking uphill and across the top was the only way to proceed.
As I walked and with some sadness about leaving a beautiful place, I looked back to the boat ramp and down the Derwent River.
The track was perfectly suitable for someone in a motorised wheelchair (or so it seemed to me).
This was a sunfilled, quiet, easy walk across the top of the cliff above the Derwent River moving westwards towards New Norfolk.