Bushwalking In the Blue Mountains

Select some of these great Blue Mountains national park bushwalks and add to your charter tour itinerary. ....

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Exercise for Nature Lovers

The Blue Mountains have been the centre of Sydney's Bushwalking for a 100 years. We have selected a range of walks depending on you would like to spend whole day walking or just a small part. All activities are weather dependant and may be changed as required during the day. Think about including a bushwalk during your day in the Blue Mountains.

We have selected some of the Blue Mountains best bushwalks to include in a Blue Mountains trip. there are many walks to lookouts where the vistas of the magnificent valley may be seen below or giant staircases descending.  We offer a variety of walks from short walks that may be combined with other activities and themes or great walks like the famous National Pass at Wentworth Falls or the Giant Staircase at the Three Sisters. 

Short walks at Wentworth Falls, Luera, Katoomba or Blackheath are up to about 30 minutes return with time to relax, talk and take photos.  There are a range of grade level from a little strenuous to easy.  A range of short walks from easy to hard would be (1)Echo Point to Three Sisters, (2) Sublime Point, (3) Princes Rock and (4) Pulpit Rock

One hour walks particularly the undercliff walk at Wentworth falls which winds along the clifftop from Princess Rock to the top of the falls area,or Furber Steps which descends into the valley alongside the Scenic Railway and shows magnificent views at many levels of the three sisters and Katoomba Falls. Both these walks experience spectacular valley views, rainforest, waterfalls and understanding of rock and clay geomorphic processes.  
Wentworth falls offers great walks from 20 minutes return to Princess Rock to great walks like the Wentworth pass or the National Pass

My pick for the reasonable fit people would be Pulpit Rock for 30 minutes, Furber steps for 1 hour and the National Pass at wentworth falls for a more serious expedition.

Bushwalking In the Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains Walks

Enjoy a variety of walks, there are many places to see of varying difficultly levels.  Anywhere at Wentworth Falls, Luera, Katoomba or Blackheath host a variety of clifftop and Valley walks  Combine short walks with other activities in the Blue mountains or focus on an epic walk such as the National Pass or the Giant staircase 

Princess Rock Wentworth Falls

Wentworth falls is a great place to visit for a short walk and to experience the wonderful views of the Blue Mountains. Return Trip 20 minutes. Great Views of the Jamison Valley and the Falls This walk may be extended to include the undercliff walk which leads to the top of Wentworth Falls.

The National Pass

The National Pass is one of the famous walks in the Blue Mountains and is truly amazing, it runs along a claystone ledge separating massive sandstone cliffs above and below at about a half way point along the cliffs edge. This walk is about 2.5 hours from Wentworth Falls to the conservation hut. Experience divine temperate rainforest at the Valley of the Waters and at the base of the first tier of Wentworth Falls.

Katoomba Into the Valley

Opportunities to see the Three Sisters from many angles. These bushwalks descend into the valley and can conveniently return to the top of the valley by the scenic railway or cable car at Scenic World  

Try the Giant Staircase at the Three Sisters near Echo Point, walk along the valley floor or alongside the Scenic Railway lies Furber Steps, a shorter walk but from Queen Victoria lookout you'll see Katoomba Falls, the Jamison Valley and the Three Sisters all in one magnificent panorama.

For those with the energy there is always the option of saying no to the scenic world and doing both walks, one down and one up

Blackheath Walks

Walk Blackheath. A rugged and vast valley lies about 15 kms from the famous Jamison Valley. Go the extra distance and walk Pulpit Rock, a 15 minute drive through bush track and a 25 minute return walk. Visit the quaint township and see the views from Govett's Leap.  Other walks in this magnificent valley include the Grand Canyon walk and deep in the valley lies the Blue Gum Forest

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Safety Information

Our short walks are along the clifftop and within easy reach of our vehicle and are really just a casual easy stroll. On longer walks please make sure you or the guide has adequate water, you are reasonably fit and have good walking shoes and adequate cool weather clothing.

Blue Mountains Attractions

Include these popular destinations on the day.

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Featherdale Wildlife Park

Best visited in the morning on the way to the Blue Mountains. This wildlife park is the best for native Australian wildlife. Get up close to Koalas, Wombats, Walabies and Kangaroos

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Glenbrook National Park

There's a chance you can see wild kangaroos like this 5ft' Eastern Grey buck at Glenbrook National Park. The best chances are at dusk on a weekday except school holidays.

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Waradah Aboriginal Centre

Witness interactive didgeridoo performances, discover the dreamtime story behind the creation of the Didgeridoo; and witness Corroboree as performed by Aboriginal dancers in traditional paint and costume.

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Scenic World

Travel down into the vally via the Scenic Railway, Walk along a rainforest boardwalk and ascend via cablecar. See katoomba falls from the Scenic Skyway.

Excellent Blue Mountains visit

Reviewed 3 August 2017
Craig is great and knows everything there is to know about Australia and the Blue Mountains. The hike we got to do with him at the blue mountains was amazing and we got to see some really cool stuff

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