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Spring Activities Program01-Sep-2022 to 30-Nov-2022


Sat - 26-Nov-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Ben Bullen State Forest/Gardens of Stone SCA: The Northern Valleys
Find out why this area must be better protected for future generations. Ben Bullen State Forest west of the Great Dividing Range encapsulates, in a relatively small area, everything that is exciting and interesting about bushwalking – incredible rock sculptures, tall pagodas, narrow slot canyons, magnificent caves, verdant forests and more. About 8k. Scrambling and exposure.
Map: Cullen Bullen

Sat - 26-Nov-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
The Upper Bungleboori from Old Bells Line of Road
We will park on Old Bells Line of Road before or at the sandmine. We will head NNE to enter Upper Bungleboori Ck where we will walk downstream and exit on the south side to for a 2k walk back to Bells Line of Road. No booking or expressions of interest accepted until Ist November
Map: Lithgow

Tue - 22-Nov-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Back Creek walk
This is a walk in the area opposite Megalong Tea Rooms, in Megalong Reserve. It will explore areas surrounding the creek and visit two water falls. If it is a nice day, a dip may be available. It is an easier walk but does involve a small section of off track/scramble. not a long day.
Map: Katoomba

Sat - 19-Nov-2022
5 HX - Creek
Creek walk/canyon - Mt Wilson
Exploratory Creek walk that could involve scrambling, swims, abseils and bush bashing. Creek system near Horseshoe Canyon.
Map: Wollangambe

Sat - 19-Nov-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Great West Walk Glenbrook Station to Springwood Station
The next section on the adventure https://greatwestwalk.com.au/. Approximately 15 km via Knapsack Reserve
Map: Not Specified

Fri - 18-Nov-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Kanangra Walls – Plateau Walk / Cottage Rock
Kanangra Walls – Plateau Walk / Cottage Rock 9km Walk Kanangra Walls Plateau out to Cottage Rock return by the same route. Great Views.
Map: Kanangra

Sat - 12-Nov-2022
2 EM - Canyon
Hat Hill Canyon
Hat Hill canyon at Blackheath is an ideal canyon for beginners. There are no abseils. The canyon follows Hat Hill Creek with creek walking, small jumps and some short swims. When the canyon narrows there are steep canyon walls. Just before the creek plunges into the Grose Valley there are "spa" pools to enjoy. The climb out is along a pleasant ridge returning over Hat Hill. Members must be able to swim short distances. A wet suit is recommended. This canyon will be conducted at leisurely pace.
Map: Mt Wilson

Wed - 09-Nov-2022
4 MH - Pack Walk
Overland Track Tasmania Full
The Overland Track in Tasmania is Australia's premier alpine walk. We will start at Cradle Mountain visitor centre, finish at Narcissus Hut and catch the ferry to Lake St Clair. Minimum distance is about 65klms over 6 days but with optional side trips we could hike an average of 15klms per day. Participants need to be experienced in multi-day hikes, capable of carrying a pack weight of 15-20kgs and be prepared for hiking in variable weather conditions. Please refer to the Parks Tasmania website for more information and/or feel free to contact me regarding any of the specifics. Numbers are limited and spots won't last so if you are interested the first step is email me for approval. Once approved, you need to go online and make a booking, and from there we will work through the logistics.
Map: Not Specified

Sun - 06-Nov-2022
3 M - Abseiling
Abseil Training for Beginners
The training day at Mt York is intended for members who walk with UBMBC and who have not abseiled previously. It will cover ropes, anchors and equipment, safety checks, personal anchors, abseiling technique and belay. The venue at Mt York, has three progressively steeper cliff faces that are ideal for training. Following the training we drive to Medlow Bath where we put skills into practice in Juggler Canyon – which has 6 abseils. The day ends with a lovely walk through part of the Grand Canyon. Members who complete the training successfully will be approved to attend easier canyons on the UBMBC program. You will need a helmet, harness, carabiner and descender. Equipment must be approved to European or North American safety standards. Bicycle helmets and helmets from other sports are not acceptable. Do not buy new equipment until after the course. Borrow equipment for the training day or I have equipment for loan. Before booking in for this program please read Guidelines for Walkers and Guidelines for Canyoners on the UBMBC website. Members must have done at least three bushwalks with UBMBC and have completed a non-abseil canyon (eg Grand Canyon, Du Faurs, Rocky Creek ) When you apply for the training day please mention the walks you have completed with our club and the non-abseil canyon you have done. Canyoning involves carrying wet suits, ropes and equipment as well as scrambling over slippery rocks and climbing in steep, rugged country. A suitable level of fitness and agility is required. Bookings open on 31st Oct.
Map: Katoomba

Sun - 06-Nov-2022
4 MHX - Day Walk
Narrow Ridge Bell Creek Circuit Sun 6th November 2022
This walk starts and ends at Watertrough Hill on BLOR. The trace of a similar walk is given in the links section below (photos). It follows some attractive ridges which are not frequently visited. The first part of the walk heads NE then north down Narrow Ridge – called this because, well, it’s narrow. It crosses Bells Creek by route which looks more and more unpromising as you approach the creek but is surprisingly straightforward. Having said that, a tape will be used to ascend the gully after the creek. We then head north up the ridge and return down the parallel ridge to the west. Again, the crossing of Bells Creek involves a sort of “Secret Seven” descent. Then it’s a pleasant ridge walk back to Watertrough Hill. Estimated time 5 to 6 hrs.
Map: Wollangambe

Sat - 05-Nov-2022
5 HX - Day Walk
Clerestory (Beecroft ) Pagodas
A magnificent panorama of pagodas and just at Lidsdale. Definitely worth exploring again before summer kicks in (?)
Map: Lithgow

Sat - 05-Nov-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Great West Walk Penrith Station to Glenbrook Station
Great West Walk Section 2 - A shorter section this time. We estimate about 15 km street walking via Emu Plains. Details of highlight and a map at https://greatwestwalk.com.au/
Map: Not Specified

Sat - 29-Oct-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Goochs Crater
We enter via Dargan's Arch and a short dry walk-through canyon and exit via Newnes Junction so a car shuffle will be required. Almost all off-track but scrub should be limited because of the bushfires of a few years back. There should be plenty of water in the crater following the recent rain & hopefully the waratahs will be in bloom. A joint trip with CBC.
Map: Wollangambe

Sat - 29-Oct-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Maiyingu Marrigu ( Blackfellows Hand ) to Angus Place Mine
A through walk from Maiyingu Marrigu to Angus Place Mine. We will leave cars at Angus Place, Lidsdale and then head to Maiyingi Marrigu. We head south from MM, cross Lambs Creek and then ascending the interfluve between Lambs and Kangaroo Ck. By lunchtime we should reach the top of the Twin Heads. We then descend towards the SW, cross Kangaroo Creek and return to the Cars at Angus Place by the fire trail. No bookings until the 1st October.
Map: Cullen Bullen

Sat - 29-Oct-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Mugii Murum-ban SCA: Lyrebird Defile, Double Decker Slot and Labyrinth Gorge
Park near Airly Mountain and walk up to the plateau. Walk down Genowlan Mountain Trail to about GR 255 329 and find a way up a north-south running defile. Check the pagodas around GR 255 332 and to the south of there. From here, check the ravine and slots to the north west, then walk out on the spur to the south at GR 2525 3300. Now, use the next defile to the west to descend and eventually return to the cars. About 8 km. Exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Map: Glen Alice

Fri - 28-Oct-2022
5 H - Day Walk
Great West Walk Penrith to Parramatta Sections
The first of a very long walk - which Ross and I are hoping to complete over any and all of our free weekends over the next 6 months or so. Join us for a section or the whole lot. Some will be short some long, some roadway, some tracks - we are just curious to do it. Full details at https://greatwestwalk.com.au/. In this section we will start at Penrith Station and walk to Rooty Hill Station on Friday stay at the Rooty Hill Novotel then start again the next day from Rooty Hill station onwards to Parramatta finishing Parramatta station Saturday night before training home. We will be doing all sections by public transport. Each day will be approximately 30 km but there is very little elevation so so we estimate about 7 hrs walking each day.
Map: Not Specified

Sat - 22-Oct-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Bushwalk Rock Island
Rock Island, on the Newnes Plateau is surrounded by Deans Creek and its tributaries forming an isolated "island" of pagodas. The walk has great variety with rocky terrain, slots, huge pagodas including "The Tower", overhangs, hidden passes and wild flowers. The Newnes Plateau road is open. You are invited to explore this fascinating area. Bookings open on15 Sept.
Map: Cullen Bullen

Fri - 21-Oct-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Mt Irvine - The Runners Track / Danes Way / Scrivener Pass / Picnic Point
Mt Irvine - The Runners Track / Danes Way / Scrivener Pass / Picnic 12km On track, explore from Farrer Road East out to Danes Way Mt Irvine, return mainly by a different route, part of the Mt Wilson to Bilpin Bush Run event 1995 - 2012, taking in a mix of landscapes, soil and vegetation types, views to Berambing and Mt Tomah.
Map: Wollangambe

Sat - 15-Oct-2022
4 MHX - Day Walk
The Towers Mt Airly
Walk past Airlie Village to the top ridge from here a short walk to The Towers a magnificent group of pagodas. Explore these in detail and return. Approx. 15 kms return. A bit of a slog along the fire trail but the pagodas should be worth it
Map: Ben Bullen

Sat - 15-Oct-2022
3 M - Canyon
Twister and Rocky Creek Short Notice
This is a really impressive canyon and although wet (wetsuits are necessary), it has no abseils. We will enter via Twister Canyon with a couple of fun water jumps and slides before entering the magnificent Rocky Creek Canyon itself. We follow the canyon down to Budgary Creek before returning back up Rocky and a short climb back to the cars. The walks in and out are short the total round trip is only about 4 km. I tried putting this on a couple of times last year but the weather had other ideas, so let's hope the weather holds out this time!
Map: Rock Hill

Mon - 10-Oct-2022
3 MX - Pack Walk
Bell To Wollangambe Crater. Monday 10 Oct-Wednesday' 12th October
Bell-'Centre of The Universe Pagoda-Wollangambe River-Wollangambe Crater. Great introduction walking and camping in pagoda country. Drop our packs on the walk-in exploring pagodas along the way. Camp at the crater.2 nights. Explore nearby ridges, pagodas. Wollangambe river Heaps of wildflowers, including waratahs in bloom. Beautiful rockpools, canyon sections, camp cave.
Map: Wollangambe

Sun - 09-Oct-2022
4 MHX - Day Walk
Flagstaff Hil, DuFaur Ridges, Watertrough Hill
This walk will start at Flagstaff Hill and follow the ridge to the east. There are some great cliffs at the end, where we'll stop for morning tea. Then we'll head south to the creek, which is a tributary of Du Faur, and follow it down stream for a bit before cutting back up a spur to the west. This will take us to the cliffs directly opposite our morning tea spot, where we will take our lunch. Then we'll head back to Watertrough Hill. This walk may involve a little light scrambling, and a tape will be taken Should last around 5 hrs.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sun - 09-Oct-2022
4 MD - Abseiling
Serendipity Canyon - Mt Wilson
The canyon has up to 6 abseils, the longest 18 metres. There is one 6 metre water jump for the keen. Most abseils are fairly straight forward, but at least one has an awkward start. With a bit of flow from recent rains we can expect to get wet in the waterfalls and swims. Some of the swims are long so good floatation is required. There is a pleasant creek walk for 45mins in the middle section of the canyon. The canyon finishes at the Wollangambe River where we scramble along ledges 100m to the exit point. This canyon is suitable for beginners, but you must be able to swim and be comfortable abseiling in the waterfall.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sat - 08-Oct-2022
3 M - Abseiling
Malaita Point Abseil Trip
A shortish day with 6 abseils up to 40m. Great views. A joint trip with CBC.
Map: Katoomba

Sat - 08-Oct-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Mt Victoria
Fairy Bower- Hourne Point- Pulpit Rock Circuit. Approx 10 km walk along the southern side of Mt Victoria enjoying ferny grotto, caves and great views of the Kanimbla Valley. Walk is mostly on track, but will be uneven and near high edges at times.
Map: Hartley

Thu - 06-Oct-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Navigation Practice at Kings Tableland
This day is a repeat of the navigation day on 21 July, which was cancelled due to weather. It is for members who have completed the club navigation course or members who are experienced in navigation with a map and compass. Nicole Bordes and Bernard Pailthorpe have prepared a navigation course near the Queen Victoria hospital site on Kings Tableland, Wentworth Falls. The course has 20 points that will test your navigation skills. It usually takes half a day and there are options not to complete the full course. GPS and phone navigation are not included in this course. Participants need their own compass. maps will be provided.
Map: Jamison

Mon - 03-Oct-2022
3 MX - Day Walk
Porters Pass northwest cliff line
From Burton Street, Blackheath walk out to Porters Pass and follow the top of the cliff line explore and checking for any access to base of cliff line. Return via spur line back towards top of Porters Pass. Half day walk.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sun - 02-Oct-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Megalong Ledges
As referenced in Jim Smith’s “How to see the Blue Mountains” 2nd edition, walk No. 83 on page 44. A series of ledges with some scrubby sections between. No real exposure and no rock climbing involved. We start at Medlow Bath behind the Hydro-Majestic and finish a bit earlier then usual via a rock climbers track past the Grotto.
Map: Katoomba

Sat - 01-Oct-2022
4 MD - Abseiling
Geronimo Canyon - Mt Wilson
Geronimo is a nice canyon with about 5 abseils, some with tricky starts. The longest abseil is 15 metres. There are a few wades and swims involved.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sat - 01-Oct-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Megalong Road to Bowtells Swingbridge and back with a stop at Dryridge winery Cancelled - Weather
Starting at the megalong car park (megalong cemetery ) We’ll walk on the six foot track to the Bowtell swinging bridge, have a rest and some lunch and then return on the same track to finish at Dryridge estate for a vino and some cheese. Its is a 12.6km return walk of approx. 5h with approx. 700 metres elevation gain.
Map: Katoomba

Thu - 29-Sep-2022
4 MD - Abseiling
Serendipity Canyon Cancelled - Weather
This is a fairly short canyon on the south side of the Wollangambe at Mt Wilson. There are 6 abseils up to about 20m, one with a slightly awkward start. It is a wet canyon with some swims, an optional jump, and some small waterfalls to negotiate. So you must be able to swim and be comfortable abseiling in a waterfall. We end up in the Wollangambe where a short wade up stream or scramble on the bank takes us to the exit track. Wetsuits required.
Map: Wollangambe

Mon - 26-Sep-2022
3 MX - Day Walk
Blacks Ladder and explore northeast base of cliff line.
Walk out onto the northwest side of Ngula Bulgarabang Regional Park within Radiata Plateau, Katoomba. Walk out and down to Blacks Ladder (first mapped in 1832). Follow the base of the cliff line in a northeast direction until we find an easy pass back to the top via Back Creek and eastern end of Radiata Plateau to vehicles.
Map: Katoomba

Sun - 25-Sep-2022
4 MHX - Day Walk
Gladstone Pass to Sublime Point.
Fairmont-Gladstone Pass-Lindeman Pass-Copeland Pass-Sublime Point-Fairmont. Combines three 'rugged terrain' historic passes. Steep scrambly rope assisted ascents/descents. Rough track, pads, scrubby sections. Beautiful rainforest, stunning views, interesting terrain- old landslides. Fit agile experienced walkers who enjoy a challenge. .
Map: Katoomba

Sun - 25-Sep-2022
3 MX - Bike Ride
McMahons Point Spring Flowers Mountain Bike Ride Deferred
Looking for a challenge with a sweet reward? This medium difficulty mountain bike trail affords sweeping views of Lake Burragorang and the Blue Mountains wilderness in full Spring abundance.This unsealed 4WD and cycle trail follows Kings Tableland Road from Wentworth Falls to scenic McMahons Point lookout. We meet at 8am at the V-junction with Kedumba Valley Road and Kings Tablelands Road, behind Old Queen Victoria Hospital. 7.5km from WWFalls Station. We will then move on to our starting point at Andersons Trail from which is a 28km return trip.On the way we will visit the unique rock formations and heritage-listed Kings Tableland Aboriginal Place. At McMahons point Lookouts we will crack out our Byo breakfast and coffee over Lake Burragorang. On the return trip we can take our time to enjoy the abundance of Spring Wildflowers that change with the terrain. There are lots of undulations and we will take our time. This is meant to be a leisurely ride.  Hoping to be a half day activity. 
Map: Katoomba

Sat - 24-Sep-2022
3 MX - Day Walk
Jinki ridge and Wilkinson Hill wildflower walk
We will explore some ridges on the northern side of the Grose Valley. There are always spectacular views over the Grose , interesting pagodas and hopefully a wonderful wildflower display.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sat - 24-Sep-2022
3 M - Abseiling
Jugglers Canyon (in the wet)
Jugglers is a short but pleasant canyon accessed via Mellow Bath. There are 6 abseils which range from a few meters to 20m. We normally do this as a training canyon when it is dry, but the canyon is heaps of fun with some water flowing through it. So be prepared to get wet ! The walks in and out are fairly short. Swimming is not necessary, but participants should be confident in abseiling in waterfalls. See attached video.
Map: Katoomba

Sat - 24-Sep-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Nobles (Dry) Canyon plus north and west clifflines.
Nobles Canyon also known as Dry or Wolgan View Canyon is an impressive, easy to negotiate canyon with impressive walls, constricted passages and light beams pouring in from the top at certain times of the day. After a walk through, the plan is to climb out and up to visit the top of the canyon and the clifflines, slots and pagodas directly to the north and west. Some rock scrambling and off-track walking. About 7.5km. Ride sharing may be possible. 8am start at Mt Victoria Station.
Map: Cullen Bullen

Mon - 19-Sep-2022
3 MX - Day Walk
Dalpura Head North to Jinki Ridge
Dalpura Ridge - great views of Grose Valley – cliff line – waterfall - Jinki Ridge (about 5 - 6 hours)
Map: Mt Wilson

Sun - 18-Sep-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Glenbrook-Kanuka Brook-Crayfish Pool.
Glenbrook station-Glenbrook Creek-Kanuka Brook-Crayfish Pool-Red Hands Cave-Jellybean Pool-Glenbrook. Pleasant walking, including following creeks, exploring interesting rock formations, rock overhangs. Lunch at a beautiful waterfall at Crayfish Pool.
Map: Penrith

Sat - 17-Sep-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Bennett LO
Bennett LO is on the cliffs above the Grose Valley, near Hat Hill Creek. The walk begins at Anvil Rock and follows the cliff line along Blackheath Walls to Bennett LO, a rocky outcrop with excellent views. From here we continue below Bennett LO to Browns Pass, a lesser known route into the Grose. We return and follow Bald Head Ridge S turning onto a gentle ridge that leads into Hat Hill Creek. We may decide to explore part of the creek. We return via Hat Hill. Some rock scrambling and exposure is involved.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sat - 17-Sep-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Upper Breakfast Creek Deferred
Starting & finishing at Dunphy's Campground. A great walk in upper Breakfast Creek going upstream from the junction with Carlon's Creek. Largely off-track with some scrambles with exposure to get around waterfalls. Hopefully we will escape with dry feet, but the leader hasnt done it for some years. so no guarantees. A joint walk with CBC.
Map: Jenolan

Fri - 16-Sep-2022
4 MHX - Day Walk
Dark Wall, Spaniel Rock and Hokusai Rock
This walk starts at GR 738 983 on D’Arcy Trail. Descend into a gully to the south east, continue under the cliffs to visit Dark Wall and then another beautiful overhang lower down. Climb to the top of the cliffs and follow the ridge north east to the spectacular pass down towards Tootie Creek Trail via Spaniel Rock, GR 758 983. Follow the trail for about one kilometre, then climb the gully at GR 750 992 and walk up it to visit Hokusai Rock further upstream. Re-connect with the vehicles. About 7 km. Scrambling and exposure.
Map: Mountain Lagoon

Fri - 16-Sep-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Hollow Rock and Crawford Lookout overlooking Wollemi Creek / Colo River Junction
Hollow Rock and Crawford's Lookout overlooking Wollemi Creek / Colo River Junction 7km walk Drive out from Putty Road on Cudoul Range about 13km - 4WD preferred/ required depending on road conditions. Some post fire regrowth, track somewhat overgrown, excellent views from Crawfords lookout into the Colo River.
Map: Colo Heights

Sun - 11-Sep-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Megalong Head
Great views over the Megalong Valley and blooming wildflowers. Nellies Glen-Bonnie Doon Track-Stuarts Road-Devils Hole-Megalong Head-Nellies Glen. The spur leading up to the head will be scrubby and the climb up Esgate Pass has spikes, chains and exposure. Suitable for fit walkers who have completed similar walks with exposure. Distance 10km. Ascent 540m.
Map: Katoomba

Sat - 10-Sep-2022
4 MH - Day Walk
Traverse of the Ridges of Dunn (Barnacles)
Start out on track to Wollangambe Crater from Sandham Road, head east after the first creek then south up the Ridge of Dunn. Explore a couple of ridges to the east then head back south to the Bells Line of Road next to the heavy vehicle inspection. This is an excellent series of ridges/ pagodas which can be approached from either the south or north. This particular ridge is best explored from the south where it is ascended like a staircase, progressively revealing the other ridges. After a tantalisingly brief exploration of the other ridges leaving you - hopefully - wishing for more, we will plod our weary way back to BLOR. A couple of pics of the rides attached, with a map showing a route not dissimilar to the one we will follow on the day.
Map: Wollangambe

Sat - 10-Sep-2022
3 M - Abseiling
Waterfall of Moss Canyon - Mt Wilson
This canyon involves 8 abseils, with the longest about 20 metres. Some of the abseils have tricky starts and involve overhangs. There is only two pools of water about knee deep in the canyon. On the way to the canyon a short swim is required to cross the Wollangambe and then a 4 metre rope climb. At the end of the canyon there is a 200m stretch on the Wollangambe that requires walking, wading and swimming.
Map: Mt Wilson

Sat - 10-Sep-2022
5 HX - Pack Walk
Wollemi National Park: Mt Canobla and Gundangaroo Traverse to St Johns Point
A 2-day pack walk. Numbers are strictly limited. Private property access is required. Day 1 - Park near Canobla Gap and ascend Mount Canobla on a razor blade spur. Continue to Mt Gundangaroo and camp near the trig. Water was found before in a nearby gully, however this is not guaranteed. Day 2 – Walk to St Johns Point and back, then descend to Canobla Gap Trail and walk back to the cars. Partly exploratory. Scrambling and exposure. About 10 km.
Map: Glen Alice

Mon - 05-Sep-2022
3 M - Day Walk
Carne Wall
A half day with views of a hanging swamp, Wildflowers and Govetts Gorge. Following an old overgrown firetrail & then some off track. Distance 3.5km. Ascent 40m.
Map: Katoomba

Mon - 05-Sep-2022
3 MX - Day Walk
Dalpura Head North to Jinki Ridge
Dalpura Ridge - great views of Grose Valley – cliff line – waterfall - Jinki Ridge (about 5 - 6 hours)
Map: Mt Wilson

Sat - 03-Sep-2022
4 MHX - Day Walk
Lost City
A look at the Lost City pagodas highlighted in the Gardens of Stone submission as an activity hub. Consider whether activities proposed could be damaging to them . We will enter from the State Forest . Going down into the Valley below the pagodas where the dams are, via an old mine "slag" heap. A look at the dams and then up onto the Lost City pagodas and return
Map: Lithgow

Fri - 02-Sep-2022
4 MD - Abseiling
Hole in the Rock Canyon - Friday 2nd September.
Hole in the Rock canyon is in the Wolgan Valley. There are 5 abseils, the first one is through a tight hole and the third through a hole into a cave. The trip may have one chest deep short wade. The day finishes with a 40 metre abseil through the cliffs and a short walk back to the vehicles.
Map: Ben Bullen

Thu - 01-Sep-2022
2 EM - Day Walk
Lockley Pylon & Flat Top
A sunset walk with great views towards Sydney, Govetts Gorge, Grose Valley and blooming wildflowers. We return in the fading light so a torch will be needed. Distance 8.5km. Ascent 50m.
Map: Katoomba

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