Mount Hay Summit Walk (and Butterbox Point)

Mount Hay summit walk and Butterbox Point

The walking track to Mount Hay is a short but rather steep hike to the summit of a recognisable mountain peak in an isolated part of the Blue Mountains.

The only way to get there is by driving all the way to the end of Mount Hay Road, a notorious unsealed road that can be considered an adventure in its own right.

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The Mount Banks Summit Walk

Mount Banks Summit Walk

Mount Banks, with its distinctive rounded peak, is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the greater Blue Mountains region.

Mostly overlooked by tourists, the hike to the summit of Mt Banks offers beautiful views of the surrounding area, a part of the Blue Mountains that is still a bit undiscovered.

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Mount Kosciuszko Hiking Guide (Walking Tracks to the Summit)

Mount Kosciuszko summit walk (hiking guide)

Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales is Australia’s highest point, peaking at 2,228 metres above sea level.

While Mt Kosciuszko is primarily known as a busy ski destination during winter, the area is a very popular spot for hiking as well as for mountain biking during the warmer summer months.

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Climbing Mount Warning in Wollumbin National Park

Mount Warning in Wollumbin National Park

Wollumbin, otherwise known as Mount Warning, is a characteristic and recognisable mountain peak in Wollumbin National Park in the Byron Bay Hinterland.

The Mount Warning summit trail is a challenging 9km bushwalk that brings hikers all the way to the top of the mountain, offering panoramic 360 degree views.

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