Some Walks To Do In The Blue Mountains

SIGNS WALKS DESCRIPTION
Wheelchair Accessible Wheelchair Accessible Suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
Glenbrook At Visitor Centre
Wentworth Falls Conservation Hut
Wentworth Falls Carpark
Katoomba / Leura Echo Point to Three Sisters
Echo point to Kedumba Lookout
Katoomba park to Cliff View Lookout
Blackheath Heritage Centre (National parks Shop)
Fairfax Heritage Track, Govetts Leap
Easy Easy Suitable for all ages, but take care with children.
Glenbrook Euroka Track
Red Hands Cave
Wentworth Falls Short Cut Track
Overcliff Overcliff track
Katoomba / Leura Gorden Falls
3 Sisters Walk
Prince Henry Cliff Walk at echo Point
Blackheath Fairfax Heritage track
Wind eroded Cave and Anvil Rock
Medium Medium Some steps and stairs – for people who walk occasionally
Glenbrook Visitor Centre to Blue Pool
Jelly Bean Pool
Glenbrook Gorge
Wentworth Falls National Pass, Wentworth Pass
Katoomba / Leura Echo Point to Burralaroo Lookout or
Katoomba Falls via Prince henry Cliff Walk
Furber Steps (lots of steps)
Leura Cascades
Blackheath Pulpit Rock Track
Grand Canyon Track
Popes Glen Track (Blackheath to edge of Grose Valley)
Hard Hard Steep stairs and steps – for people who walk regularly. Visitors with heart or breathing difficulties should not attempt these walks.
Glenbrook Jack Evans Track
Wentworth Falls National Pass, Wentworth Pass
Katoomba / Leura Leura Forest via Federal Pass and Dardenells Pass
Ruined castle via Golden Stairs
Blackheath Govetts Leap – Junction rock – Blue gum Forest
Perrys Lookdown
Vistoria Falls Track
Experienced walkers only Experienced walkers only High Level of fitness and navigation skill requires, minimum 3 in a group. Advise friends or police of route and destination times.
Glenbrook All walks in the Blue Labyrinth area
Wentworth Falls Historic tracks including Vera Falls
Katoomba / Leura Mt Solitary Walks
Narrow Neck to Jenolan Caves
Blackheath Lockleys Route to Blue Gum Forest
Cliff Safety Cliff Safety Do not climb Fences, Keep well back from cliff edges. If you suffer from fear of heights, stay well back from the edge.
Plan Carefully Plan Carefully
  • Take Drinking Water and something to eat on the walks.
  • Take a map and know where you are going, check with the visitor centre if you need advice.
  • Allow plenty of time to finish your walk in daylight.
  • Wear sensible shoes. Carry warm waterproof clothes in case of weather changes.
  • Keep to the Track
  • Carry a bag for your rubbish Carry a bag for your rubbish There are no rubbish bins in this part of the park

    Text & Photos – Copyright © 1997 National Parks & Wildlife Service NSW


    National Parks & Wildlife Service, National Park Shop and Information,
    Heritage Centre, End of Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath.
    Phone: +61 (02) 4787 8877.
    Open 9am to 4.15pm every day except Christmas Day