A Brisbane man bushwalking in the Lake Petrach area near Lake St Clair has been rescued by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.
The man, in his mid-40s, was evacuated and returned to Derwent Bridge after activating a personal locator beacon on Monday afternoon.
Acting Inspector Phil Curtis said the man was an experienced bushwalker but he experienced difficulties due to severe weather conditions.
"This reinforces the current dangerous conditions in some parts of the state at the moment and members of the public should consider their need to travel into these areas affected by bad weather," Acting Inspector Curtis said.
Two hikers from New South Wales were also rescued from the Walls of Jerusalem National park near Junction Lake on Monday.
Another pair of hikers in Lake St Clair National park are attempting to reach Pelion Hut after an attempt to rescue them by helicopter on Monday failed due to blizzard-like conditions.
Dangerous conditions also continue to hamper the search for a missing hiker in the Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park.
A 57-year-old Victorian man Michael Bowman was due to return to the Lake St Clair visitor centre on Saturday.
Police said, although it was concerned for his welfare, Mr Bowman was an experienced hiker and police remained optimistic he would be found alive and well.
Anyone who may have seen Mr Bowman in the Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park is asked to contact Tasmania Police on 131 444.