The Valley of the Waters walk is one of our best historic walks in the Blue Mountains World Heritage area, giving access to waterfalls, lush rainforests of the Kedumba Valley, Eucalyptus forest, deep gorges and canyons, amazing sandstone escarpments 300m high and valleys 800m deep.
The Grand Canyon walk is one of our signature canyon walks in the Blue Mountains World Heritage area, giving access to remote wilderness, ancient rainforest, deep gorges and canyons, amazing sandstone escarpments 300m high and valleys 800m deep.
The Wilderness Walk is a 2 hour easy walk option available for multiple areas of the Blue Mountains for time savvy people that want a quick hike but still experience the essence of the World Heritage area. (Well maintained tracks with some slopes and steps.)
With unique views to Mt Solitary and the Cedar Gap remote areas the Ruined Castle is one of the best walks in the Kedumba Valley. This fully guided bush walk explores the history and culture of the World Heritage listed National Park.
Looking down over the Blue Gum Forest and Grose wilderness is an experience in history and mile stones of the Blue Mountains World Heritage region. This river junction and valley marks the beginning of the Blue Mountains National Park in 1932 and is the site of the amazing ancient Blue Gums of the Grose Valley.
Walk on a half or full day hiking tour exploring the Kedumba Valley. Descend into a lush rainforest with multiple pitch waterfalls and trek the Federal or Dardanels Pass below the Three Sisters or hike the Amphitheatre walking track and Leura Cascades.