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Great views worth the hiking to get to points of interest, some walks are hard and some are moderate

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Ray J
Melbourne, Australia

We did this from Wentworth falls- was lovely and a defanate must do, its free and easy to get to by... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2018
Doncaster, United Kingdom
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Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

Great views worth the hiking to get to points of interest, some walks are hard and some are moderate

1  Thank Ray J
Reviewed 9 March 2018

We did this from Wentworth falls- was lovely and a defanate must do, its free and easy to get to by car

Thank nicki006
Reviewed 25 February 2018

Wanted to walk our favourite Blue Mountains track last weekend, but it is closed for maintenance and repair after a rockfall. Instead we walked Grand Canyon track near Medlow Bath, a good alternative. It descends from Evans Lookout to the valley floor, makes a loop...More

6  Thank SanctuarySeeker13
Reviewed 13 January 2018

Fantastic tour. Went. Graham our tour guide, showed us around Blue Mountain, beautiful place in the world.

Thank Rina C
Reviewed 2 January 2018

These two walks are closed due to a rock slide and will be closed for at least a couple of years due to the safety work which needs to be done to secure the rock face above them. This means that it is not possible...More

6  Thank Bushwalker101
Reviewed 24 November 2017

This walk is currently closed due to repairs needed a major rock fall. Please check with the NSW Nation Parks website before planning to do this walk. Walk should be re-opened mid Dec 2017. The alternate walk is Wentworth Pass. Please ensure if you undertake...More

1  Thank Bruce H
Reviewed 21 November 2017

I went to do the National Pass yesterday and it is actually closed because of falling rock. There is no way to get through it. Instead, starting at Conservation Hut, I did the Overcliff track to Undercliff track, down to Wentworth falls, slack stairs, to...More

3  Thank Alyssa O
Reviewed 19 October 2017 via mobile

The national pass bush walk is one of the best experiences in bush waking. About 3 hours of bush walk with chit chat and natural mountain beauty. Easy to follow paths and safe waking tracks.

Thank Bhavin P
Reviewed 1 October 2017

This bushwalk is a wonderful walk (about 3.5 hours return) and there's a cafe at the start of the walk.

1  Thank Ettiene1900
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

This walk has been on our bucket list for a while now and did not disappoint. The first part of the walk to Wentworth Falls is reasonably easy. From here it's all downhill,literally, steep stairs and you really need to use the handrails and wire...More

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Elizabeth F
18 May 2018|
Response from Peter H |
Be aware that much of the National Pass (and Wentworth Pass) is closed due to fatal landslides and rockfalls late last year. You can still walk to the base of the first drop of Wentworth Falls down the Grand Stairway, but... More
7 February 2018|
Response from Peter H |
National Pass is closed between the base of the first drop of Wentworth Falls and the base of Empress Falls in the Valley of The Waters.
Dave M
22 December 2017|
Response from Peter H |
No, not really! But hey, I've seen people wearing high heels, business shoes, thongs, bare feet, etc etc on the Grand Stairway so what do I know?!