Blue Mountain Bushwalking
The Blue Mountains of western Sydney is recognized as a World Heritage site for good reason: full of stunning vistas atop sheer rocky cliffs, pristine waterfalls perfect for bushwalks. Consider adding bushwalks to your charter tour.
- Guided Bushwalk
- Private Tour Guide and Vehicle
Wentworth Falls Bushwalks may include walks such as the National Pass for three hours through the valley of the waters which starts at Conservation Hut.
The Grand Canyon Track from the Grose Valley is a 3-4 hour walk, setting out from Evans lookout, be met with a series of waterfalls, creeks and spectacular views along the challenging Grand Canyon track.
Luera Forrest, The Giant Staircase descends into the Grose Valley, through rainforest to the forest below, ascent the Giant Staircase or continue on to Scenic World for a trip up the staircase.
These are some examples of the many Blue Mountain walks. Shorter activities like clifftop walks to overlook the many popular lookouts such as Sublime Point, Pulpit Rock, Princes Rock, Wentworth Falls, Katoomba Falls or Witches Leap are popular shot walks.
Mix these activities on the day with a suitable restaurant and free time at Leura or even time to enjoy takeaway from a local deli and eat somewhere along the walk