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hiking
2 days ago

Loved it! Took two dogs, who were equally rapt. Great exercise, especially if you give the longer route a go. We went in winter (mid-July) which was perfect - neither too hot nor too cold, no sign of snakes, clean flowing water.

hiking
bugs
2 days ago

A nice location for a mid-week walk with a friend & our on-lead dogs. Not overrun with other humans or off-lead dogs. "Near Forrestfield" isn't a particularly accurate claim as it's still a 15 minute drive ("near Belmont" is probably better). A lot of large bitey ants was the only real negative.

nice walk up to dam wall, a little steep if your unfit.

great short walk to the falls.

Steep trail. Pretty hard. Not for everyone. Risk of falling. Be careful. Only one view at the top. You can get this view at another look out. Follow us on Instagram @thecriqs

well marked, nice place to have a swim and very quiet and peaceful

hiking
washed out
2 days ago

Really nice walk good variety of rainforest, nice views at the top, thought the descent was a bit rough and a bit tough on the knee’s. Take water and wear appropriate footwear!

It's really pretty but definitely just an easy walk. The signage is great up until it assumes you know you're at The Briars as signage stops saying Briars and says Nepean Highway, however that is actually the path to The Briars. A very pleasant walk regardless.

I recommend starting at Thornleigh rather than Lane Cove given the steep drop from Thornleigh - glad I did that at the start not the end. My tracker says it was 15.5 not 13.5. Some parts were challenging but not crazy hard.

This was a really nice place to walk, although tough climbs along the way. We went from Stanwell train station and after walking the track returned along the road. This made for both a change of scenery and an easier return to the car. www.yearofthepicnic.com

on Mount Tennent Trail

hiking
rocky
3 days ago

hiking
3 days ago

Easy for hikers E-M for walkers Hard for non-walkers Pretty walk, lots of birdsong, beautiful Australia bush & fernery. I loved the constant white noise of rushing water.

All access to the base of Belmore Falls from Hindmarsh and Belmore Falls lookout has been permanently closed due to safety risks. Access is also closed from the causeway to the top of the falls. This site is now restricted to that of a picnic area with short strolls to a few look out points. Outlook is beautiful and it's an easy one for younger kids.

This trail should be rated as moderate difficulty due to the fact that the trail, except for a short distance part of the way up, consists of climbing rock steps. Although short in distance, the trail climbs sharply for almost it’s entire length. The climb is certainly worth it though as the lookout provides extensive 360 degree views including over Picnic Bay, Nelly Bay and across to Townsville.

hiking
3 days ago

Short, easy, rewarding hike! Most of the hike is the fire trail but it gets really beautiful close to the river. Went after some rain and was rewarded with a full waterfall and pool. Definitely walk ~300m down-river from the falls to see the other pools nearby.

So rewarding. When we did it, the signage was unclear for a bit of it and the path was sometimes obstructed by fallen trees so its hard to know if you’ve stayed on track. To stay on track, we followed all the marked signs as shown on the map until they faded out and we started to see pink markers on the trees. We followed those until we saw the official Blue Mountains “Way Out” markers. The pink markers can be tricky to follow as they aren’t arrows. Its a steep decent and a steep incline for about 4 hours. The views are incredible! Worth it but be very careful with the path.

Couldn't have had better weather for an enjoyable walk, lovely views.

Easy mountain walk in beautiful setting.

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 days ago

Awesome views along the way, steep incline at the start and finish but definitely worth it

hiking
3 days ago

great hike thought the gorge

Pleasantly surprised at the amount of bush land on this walk. Did the trek from Milsons Point going any clockwise, leaving the Sydney Harbour Bridge for last. Great walk.

Great track! Beautiful! With some effort it took us about 2 hours.

A very long steep climb to the “summit” but a great day out. We actually returned via Pine Rd for a slightly shorter loop.

hiking
4 days ago

Great, shorter walk but with a very challenging rock scramble at the summit. Wonderful views from the top if you make it.

great ocean views, rugged coastal line , and native bush

Beautiful shady walk with lots of grass trees, sandstone and glimpses of the creek.

hiking
muddy
over grown
4 days ago

I started at Apollo Bay and hiked the full 8 days. Was great besides there not being a lot of signage to tell you if you were still hiking the right track and how much further until the next camp ground. Also I ended up camping two nights with school groups which made the grounds loud and crowded. Otherwise the track itself is beautiful with great views.

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