Top 6 Bushwalking Tracks in Blue Mountains Australia

September 14, 2020

Buzzing city Sydney is a calming picture area that has ready to be explored. You have around 2 hours journey outside of Sydney to get you to the beautiful, heritage of Blue Mountains.

This is the way that you will get a chance to relish the unseen waterfalls, breathtaking valleys, unique rock formations, exotic flora, the fauna of the Blue Mountains, etc. We have curated the list of the best walking tracks out of the hundred trails that cover the Blue Mountains.

We will be sharing the list of top 6 Bushwalking Tracks in the Blue Mountains Australia are: –

  1. Grand Canyon Walking Track
    Grand Canyon is a walking trail of about 6 km long circuit that walk starting at the Evans Lookout.The trail is adorned with the captivating rainforest of a network of creek crossings.
    It has also small waterfalls, impressive rock formation, etc. The view of the spectacular valleys will leave you dumbfounded when you view it for the first time.
    For this reason, walkers have trodden this adventurous, captivating track since 1907.
  2. Katoomba Falls Round Walking Track
    It is the 4 km circuit walk. It is situated along the way of an astounding segmented waterfall named the Katoomba Fall.
    This track is laid in the lush of the rainforest that offers the mesmerizing view of the Jamison Valley. Reids Plateau, Witches Leap, Juliets Balcony are the major points along this track. It takes about the 2hoursthat ranked as an easy to moderate with some sections.

  3. Prince Henry Cliff Walking Track
    The Prince Henry Cliff Walk is situated in between the Scenic World, Leura, etc. It is the 7 km long trail i.e. full of the adventures. It offers a panoramic view of the famous Three Sisters. It will take you around 3.5 hours to walk through the trail. It is ranked as moderate.

If you decide to explore this track then you have to need to update your wardrobe with the best gear is.

  1. Ruined Castle Walking Track

The path starts from the Golden Stairs that steep down to the valley and then upward towards the Ruined Castle. This track is an astounding stack of boulders. It is 8 km long that takes it around 4 hours to walk through it. It has some sections of the trail that are very steep so that the bushwalking his ranked as moderate to the hard track.

If you decide to explore this track then you must need to update your wardrobe with sturdy bushwalking gear. It makes sure that you have all those essentials that you need for your hiking trip from the Mountain Steals.

  1. Cliff Top Walking Track

Cliff Top Walking Track is situated in between the Govetts Leap and Evans lookout. It is around 3.2km long walking track on the edge of the Grose Valley. It is more mesmerizing during the sunrise and sunset giving that the valley is an ethereal glow. It is the short 1.5-hour distance to cover it. It is one of the exciting tracks in Australia. You can visit Australianblog to know more details about Australia.

  1. National Pass Walking Track    

You can get on this trail from the picnic area of Wentworth Falls and also from the Conservation Hut. It is the 5 km circuit trail that passes along the breathtaking lookouts with the beautiful views of the Wentworth Fall.

It is a very steep Grand Stairway that leads to the valley which makes the way to walk hard. When you have completed to 3-hour walk then you can enjoy the view from the Went worth Falls picnic area, relax at the Conservation Area. Travelmaping can guide you to make your travel easier.

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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