Guide to the Grand Canyon Walk in the Blue Mountains

Grand Canyon Walk in the Blue Mountains

Widely regarded as the most impressive walking track in the Blue Mountains, the Grand Canyon Walk will leave you in awe, as you hike through lush rainforest including several creek crossings, small waterfalls, huge cliff walls, and rock overhangs.

Constructed and opened to the public in 1907, the 6 km long Grand Canyon walking track was the first of its kind, and has since been challenged by thousands of hiking enthusiasts every year.

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Guide to the Best Lookouts in the Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains lookouts
Keen to discover new lookout points in the Blue Mountains?
We have shortlisted the 25 best Blue Mountains lookouts, from the Wentworth Falls area to Mount Victoria, via Leura, Katoomba, and Blackheath.

The Blue Mountains is by far one of the most popular day trip destinations from Sydney. Suitable to visit during all four seasons, the Greater Blue Mountains region consists of several National Park areas and a conservation reserve.

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Wentworth Falls Hiking Guide (Walks and Lookouts)

Wentworth Falls walks and lookouts (hiking guide)

Wentworth Falls is one of the most popular bushwalking destinations in the Blue Mountains. The name Wentworth Falls refers to the famous 3-tiered, 187m high waterfall, but it is also the name of the town where the waterfall is located.

There are lots of different hikes to choose from in the Wentworth Falls area, some very short and others quite long and challenging. In addition to walks, there are also several lookout points with spectacular views to enjoy in Wentworth Falls.

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