Experience the World Heritage Blue Mountains, Guided Bushwalks, Astronomy, 4WD tours, Night Tours

Pulpit Rock and Grose Valley Rim walk

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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.

This walk is a moderate level of walking and medium fitness cliff top walk with a 2500ft deep valley on one side, over well maintained track with multiple exits and entries dependent on the length of tour required. Please note that you will need a high level of fitness and agility to complete the entire cliff top trail 12km hike return.

The walk is a photographers wonder land as you look out to see superb escarpments and waterfalls and trek through rainforest gullies and open eucalyptus woodlands.

This tour enters remote wilderness and requires you to bring your own wet weather gear and suitable foot wear.

We supply bottled water if needed but recommend bring your own, lunch and park fees, transfers to and from your local accommodation are included.
This private walk includes a qualified ecology guide, picnic lunch in the wilderness, exclusive tours only.  contact Tim for costs.

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