- Reinitz Pass Ross Cave Mt Piddington Fairy Bower Little Zig Zag Pulpit Rock Reserve Links on maps to more information Every Blue Mountains village has some bushwalking tracks but for superb Blue Mountains scenery, Katoomba, Blackheath, Mount Victoria, Hartley, Wentworth Falls and Leura are the ideal spots. There is a wide range of flora and wildlife. You will discover temperate rainforest, open forest canyons, such as on the Grand Canyon walk at Blackheath, containing many ferns and soft leafed trees. Walkers not sure of their ability to handle the strenuous climbs in and out of the valleys may find the cliff-top walks, such as the Prince Henry Cliff walk, Nature Track circuit, Overcliff Track & Darwins Walk, and visits to the many look-outs more suitable. The hardy will enjoy walks such as the Grand Canyon walk on Evans Lookout road, Pulpit Rock walk, the Giant Stairway, a climb down National Pass and up through the Valley of the Waters, maybe the Six Foot Track marathon or many more. Some Historic bushwalks of a fairly 'easy' nature ranging from 1 - 2.5 hours are Lawsons Long Alley, Lockyer's Pass, Berghofer's Pass and the Old Shale Railway walk in the Hartley, Mount Victoria areas. Bushwalks Katoomba, Leura areas You can zoom in on the Echo Point & Cliff Face areas to see walking tracks Lookouts - Katoomba Area Gordon Falls Lookout Cahills Lookout You can Zoom in on the Echo Point area to see walking tracks Bushwalks Blackheath area Fairfax Heritage Track Horseshoe Falls Popes Glen Walk Rodriquez Pass Walk Trinity Falls You can Zoom in on Govett's Leap and Evans Lookout to see walking tracks. Lookouts - Blackheath Area Information, Panorama and Slideshow Information, Panorama and Slideshow Information, Panorama and Slideshow Information, Panorama and Slideshow Perrys Lookdown Zoom in on Govett's Leap and Evans Lookout, Shipley . Lookouts Mount Victoria - Hartley Areas Mt York Lookout Bede's Lookout Sunset Rock Lookout Mitchells Ridge Lookout Bushwalks - Other areas various bushwalks Nature Track Circuit Overcliff Track - Undercliff walk Darwins Walk Weeping Rock Queens Cascades Shortcut Track For Experienced Fit Hikers: Wentworth Pass Vera Falls Track National Pass to Valley of the Water **Links to more information.maps. View from Perrys Lookdown View from Horseshoe Falls Echo Point and The Three Sisters View from Mt York Lookout Lookouts - Other Areas: Wentworth Falls Breakfast Point Sublime Point The Conservation Hut Glenbrook Mt Portal Tunnel View Nepean Mt Wilson Mt Banks Pierces Pass Yellow Rock Lookout Hawkesbury Lookout **Links to more information Tourist Information Centres : Katoomba Tourist Information Centre Echo Point Rd, Katoomba. Located at Echo Point, adjacent to the Three Sisters. Ph. (02) 4739-6266 Blue Mountains Heritage Centre Govetts Leap Rd, Blackheath. At entrance to national park, near Govetts Leap lookout. Ph. (02) 4787-8877 Glenbrook Tourist Information Centre Great Western Highway, Glenbrook. On the left, about 2km beyond the end of the motorway. Ph. (02) 4739-6266 All of the centres listed above sell maps, guidebooks & National Parks booklets for bushwalkers. Wentworth Falls - Most of.. Wishing Chair at Mt York Lookout Lockyer's Pass was never completed because Victoria Pass was opened. From The Darling Causeway you can follows the path of the railway which used to bring the shale up from Hartley Vale - Old Shale Railway Walk . Historic Bushwalks - Hartley and Mount Victoria Berghofer's Pass came about because Victoria Pass was too steep for motor cars - Berghofer made the road. Lawsons Long Alley opened in 1824 and was closed when Victoria Pass opened in 1832 Cox's Road Walk - from the top of Mt York to Hartley Vale Road. Cox's Road was the first road over the mountains, built in 1815 but not used after 1824. Some of the magnificent Blue Mountains bush walking tracks around Katoomba, Blackheath, Mount Victoria & Hartley
Bushwalks - Mount Victoria and Hartley Katoomba Town and Around Website 'Getaway' to the greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area in NSW Australia. Katoomba Blue Mountains NSW one of 18 regions in the HIGHWAY WEST family of Town sites.
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Blue Mountains Bushwalking - Bush Walking tracks at 'The Top of The Blue Mountains' in Katoomba, Blackheath, Mt Victoria, Hartley The highest point in the City of the Blue Mountains