Blue Mountains Walking Trails
The Blue Mountains covers more than 1,000,000 hectares of some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world and has walking trails to suit everyone. Bushwalks can be found to suit every fitness level and time period, from 1 hour rambles to challenging hikes lasting several days.
Escape from the main tourist areas and discover the heart of the Blue Mountain’s on a range of fantastic hikes and treks.
There are various walking trails in the Blue Mountains throughout the many beautiful national parks. The Kanangra-Boyd National Park also offers great scenery, bushwalking trails and rocky caves. Further north Wollemi National Park reaches right upto the Hunter Valley in the Lower North Coast of New South Wales. The trees are very dense and has limited access.
The most popular walking areas include Grose Valley and Jamison Valley, which offer walking trails taking a couple of hours upto a couple of days. You must be prepared for quick weather changes and you must carry sterilised water as a lot of the water in the Blue Mountains is polluted.