OVERVIEW

Hike through one of the most awe-inspiring landscapes found anywhere in the world – just 90 minutes from Sydney. Explore waterfalls, canyons, subtropical forest and enjoy views that have made this place famous, whilst staying in luxury accommodation perched at the very edge of it all.

This is where unparalleled natural beauty meets sophisticated living, with à la carte meals provided as part of the service at Echoes Restaurant & Bar. This ultimate dining experience places you in a relaxed setting atop a balcony that overlooks the Jamison Valley, surrounding you with nature. With one million hectares of pristine wilderness, there’s more trails than you can shake a walking stick at.  We’ve chosen three of the best Blue Mountains walks.

Highlights:

  • 4-star accommodation in a 5-star location
  • All-inclusive walking guided holiday package with transfers to and from Sydney
  • Panoramic views that stretch out to the horizon and breathtaking landscapes
  • Pack free with Australias most experienced walking company
  • Get up close to the Three Sisters

 

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
3 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 1695

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 355

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3

DAY 1

We will meet you in the city to begin your journey to the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park. We’ll start the Blue Mountains walks by hiking through rainforest and open woodland, opening up to spectacular overlooks, then trace creeks beneath ferny understory down into the forest. Work your way through the valley and up to a lookout point for views of Grose River Valley. Then watch for colourful king parrots taking flight and for the “weela weela” song of the yellow-tailed black-cockatoo.

We continue with a descent through the bush to spectacular Bridal Veil Falls, which plummets over 100 metres. Leading uphill, we’ll trace the valley edge to Evans Lookout, where you can admire the Blue Gum forest 500 metres below. Navigating down steep terrain to the Grand Canyon Creek we’ll pass silver-bark ash trees and black wattles following undulating terrain of tall coachwoods, sassafras, and giant ferns. Once at the Grand Canyon, take in the beautiful and impressive gorge, cut and shaped by the river below over millennia. Pass through The Rotunda, an expanse of sand and silt overshadowed by hanging rocks.

Walks: Some steep, uneven terrain and a few river crossings on boulders / 12 km / 4 hrs

Meals: Walkers lunch and à la carte two course meal prepared by the chefs at Echoes Boutique Hotel overlooking the Jamison Valley

Accommodation: Echoes Boutique Hotel with ensuite rooms

DAY 2

The morning will begin with a walk from our accommodation to the Skyway East Station. From here, catch the Scenic World Skyway over to the Scenic World Top Station. From there you will have a choice to either take the Scenic Railway (the steepest incline railway in the world) or Scenic Cableway (the steepest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere) down to the valley floor to begin the walk. Either of these options will take you on an exhilarating ride into the depths of the Jamison Valley rainforest, passing relics left by coal miners over 100 years ago. Look for the elusive ground-dwelling lyrebird and sip crystal clear water from Marrangaroo Spring.

Enjoy a lunch among a flock of cheeky currawongs or rosella parrots after scrambling up past apple, peppermint, and bloodwood trees to the impressive rocky outcrop known as Ruined Castle. Upon return, you’ll have the option of boarding the cableway or railway, or opt to climb the Furber Steps, providing a rewarding ascent through dense rainforest, past cascading waterfalls and lovely grottoes with valley views mixed between.

Walks: Mostly easy walking except for crossing the old landslide which is moderate / 16-17.5 km / 5-6.5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chefs, walkers lunch and à la carte two course meal prepared by the chefs at Echoes Boutique Hotel overlooking the valley

Accommodation: Echoes Boutique Hotel in ensuite rooms with gorgeous views over the valley

DAY 3

The setting for the grand finale is Wentworth Falls, the Jamison Valley and the Valley of the Waters. This historic route and one of the most iconic of all the Blue Mountain walks, winds its way alongside waterfalls, beneath overhanging cliffs and through magnificent grottoes. The first section of the walk is concentrated on Wentworth Falls. At the bottom of the falls we’ll stop and admire the view, experience the refreshing mist and sip morning tea. Expect to eat lunch at the Valley of the Waters.

The real highlight is the ‘midcliff’ walk along a wide path that has been carved into the sheer cliff face. Handrails, ladders and airy lookouts provide a birds-eye view over countless hectares of forest. Take a short walk back to the top of the cliff where it is back on the bus with an expected ETA to Sydney at around 4:30pm.

Walks: Most of the walk is reasonably easy and well-graded; the rest involves steep ups and downs including steps and ladders / 10-15 km / 3-4 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chefs and a walkers lunch

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • All inclusive, luxury pack free Blue Mountains walking holiday
  • The very best of Blue Mountains hiking
  • Scenic world Railway, Skyway and Gondola all day pass
  • Small groups of up to 16
  • Local knowledgeable guides
  • 2 nights’ luxury accommodation with ensuites
  • Gourmet eating at its best all daily meals including 2-course à la carte dinners with expansive views over the national park
  • All transport from Sydney and luggage transport
  • National park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag and container

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant is a 4.5 star 12 room boutique hotel located right on the cliff’s edge in Katoomba and complements the outstanding Blue Mountains walks. The views from the rooms and the balcony restaurant are truly spectacular. Located next to Lilianfels Resort & Spa, walkers can enjoy full usage of facilities including both indoor and outdoor pools.

Echoes is renowned for its innovative cuisine and fine wines, with the Blue Mountains being one of Australia’s most famous foodie destinations. Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant offers our walkers a unique, unforgettable gastronomic experience that showcases the region’s fresh local produce. Each day begins with a buffet cooked breakfast, followed by a healthy lunch that includes a wrap, fruit and slice of cake. There’s no set menu, the 2 course à la carte dinners are prepared by professional chefs and are a highlight as they’re accompanied by views over the valley from the restaurant.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

GENERAL INFO

The Blue Mountains walks are 45% easy, 35% moderate, 20% more challenging. 10-17.5km (3 – 6.5 hours) walking each day on mostly well-formed and well graded walking tracks.

This trip operates with experienced and knowledgeable guides so we can offer easier and more challenging walk options along the way. Please note, with groups of 7 or under we will run this trip with just one guide.

Pre and post tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Sydney, however we pick up and drop off from one central hotel the Pullman Circular Quay. The tour starts at 8:30am at the Pullman Hotel Circular Quay, 61 Macquarie Street and finishes on day 3 at 4.30pm in Sydney.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

October-November is usually mild to warm. Temperatures warm up from December-February. March-April is usually cool to mild. Temperatures drop from May onwards and the days are cool to cold. July brings occasional snowfalls. Warmer, spring weather returns around September.

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

climate graph for the Blue Mountains

Source: BOM

 

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your Auswalk holiday after we have confirmed it. We want to help make insurance more affordable by offering you a discount on policies purchased through NIB Insurance. This applies to any NIB policies issued via this link. Get an instant quote and purchase online now.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine details and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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  1. bigredwombat

    13 April, 2016 at 8:13 PM
    5

    I routinely spend my vacations doing point-to-point hikes with luggage transfer. I have previously used other travel agencies when doing the Coast-to-Coast walk in England, the West Highland Way in Scotland, the Westweg in Germany, the Rota Vicentina in Portugal, and the Tour du Mont Blanc in France/Switzerland/Italy. I have found Auswalk to match, or surpass, my experience with other agencies. The accommodations are all exceptional, the food was great (had no issue with me being a vegetarian), luggage transfer went smoothly, and the walking notes were quite explicit making it impossible to get lost. Also, their choice of routes in the Blue Mountains made sure you did not miss any of the spectacular sights.

    The scenery of the Blue Mountains was more beautiful and spectacular than any of my previous trips (with the possible exception of the Alps on the TMB). Compared to the Alps, what you lose in snow-capped peaks you gain in tropical rain forests and stunning waterfalls and a valley reminiscent of the Grand Canyon (but with trees).

    The Great Ocean Walk has scenery comparable to other coastal walks I have done (Coast-to-Coast, Rota Vicentina) but the animal sightings are incomparable. I have hiked a lot of Europe and seen very few animals larger than a marmot. On the GOW I saw many koalas, wallabies, kangaroos, and a tiger quoll (look it up). The large animal sightings rivaled the western National Parks in the USA. Also, if you are not an inhabitant of Australia, you will be amazed by the birds. The cockatoos, parrots, and other multicolored birds are spectacular for someone coming from North America or Europe.

    Highly recommend using Auswalk for your hiking needs in Australia, and booking their trips to the Blue Mountains and GOW. I plan to return to Australia in the future and try some of their other walking routes

  2. Sheena D

    12 May, 2016 at 9:18 PM
    5

    AusWalk`s organisation was faultless .our itinerary notes were meticulous in their detail the B&B`s were ideal (particularly Broomelea in Leura )the packed lunches provided were delicious One of the best trips I have done and greatly looking forward to our next trip

  3. Kristen K

    14 March, 2017 at 7:54 AM
    5

    Auswalk is a wonderful company and arranges a walking trip to perfection. We took two different trips with this company to the Blue Mountains and the Great Ocean Walk and enjoyed both of them tremendously. They were both unique experiences but Auswalk provided great places to stay with good food and excellent routes with very detailed directions. I would highly recommend this company.

  4. O2546HJmichaelc

    3 November, 2017 at 9:44 AM
    5

    Denise and I have just finished the 6 night self guided walk through the stunning Blue Mountains. What wasn’t there to enjoy – great accommodation, breakfast every morning, lunch & snacks provided, dinners ……. and the self guided notes, maps & organisational support from Auswalk. And the sights and sounds of the majestic and spectacular mountains were on display. We even wondered if Auswalk even arranged the first 5 days of perfect weather (!) & even though the last walking day was wet it provided another lens through which to enjoy the mountains. It was a thoroughly enjoyable trip and the Auswalk Frequent Walker points we earned will be used ….. Cape to Cape walk awaits us.

  5. N8341ARmichellek

    12 November, 2017 at 3:10 PM
    5

    Fabulous scenery, changing all the time. Day 1 was Grand canyon and the Grose river- lots of stairs
    Day 2 we walked from Echoes to the ruined castle, well worth it but a very long day- not for a beginner.
    Day 3 Wentworth Falls and undercliff track, again magnificent scenery
    The hotel, Echoes and meals were outstanding, perfect after a day of walking. Highly recommend this walk

  6. Christine J

    25 March, 2019 at 4:42 PM
    5

    My friends and I have just returned from a 3 day self-guided hike in the Blue Mountains, NSW. I was so impressed with AusWalk from the minute we booked to the end of our trip. No questions went unanswered prior to our hike. Directions were well set out, maps supplied and superb accommodation in BNBs. Included dinners and breakfasts were amazing as were the hike packs for snacks and lunches. Thank you AusWalk. You are a very professional company. We will definitely be returning customers.

  7. Kimbo237

    30 May, 2019 at 4:10 PM
    5

    “My 2 sisters & I took Mum on a private group Blue Mountains Walk for her 80th Birthday – organised so perfectly by Sanyana- we had the most amazing time in this stunning place & most importantly, Mum had the best birthday & everyone made her feel so special!
    We did 2 day walks with our guide Rick, who we cannot rate high enough!! He went above & beyond, was so knowledgeable, thoughtful, caring and accomodating – we all got along fabulously & had the best 2 days walk together!
    Our accommodations were both very good – particularly The Greens! The abundant breakfasts full of homemade delights & we loved sitting around each afternoon relaxing in their very lovely well stocked sitting room chatting about our day!
    Thank you to Sanyana for putting together such a wonderful trip & Rick for making our walks so enjoyable & memorable!”

  8. Woozles72

    4 June, 2019 at 4:35 PM
    5

    Surpassed expectations on everything from accomodation, meals, itinerary, communication and value for money… to our absolutely awesome walking guru/guide, Rick, who was very knowledgeable about the area’s walking trails, history, local stories, geology and the flora/fauna along our walking tour. We had a private tour for our group which was a special occasion as a birthday getaway for our very spry 80 years young Mum! We were given options on different tracks all along the trails to accomodate our fitness levels and make the most of the site seeing opportunities and avoid too many steep stairs! What an amazing experience, thanks to the experience and thoughtfulness of our guide Rick, and Auswalk for recommending the best options for our groups wishes. I’m looking at their website now for my next walking adventure with Auswalk Walking Holidays!

Overview

OVERVIEW

Hike through one of the most awe-inspiring landscapes found anywhere in the world – just 90 minutes from Sydney. Explore waterfalls, canyons, subtropical forest and enjoy views that have made this place famous, whilst staying in luxury accommodation perched at the very edge of it all.

This is where unparalleled natural beauty meets sophisticated living, with à la carte meals provided as part of the service at Echoes Restaurant & Bar. This ultimate dining experience places you in a relaxed setting atop a balcony that overlooks the Jamison Valley, surrounding you with nature. With one million hectares of pristine wilderness, there’s more trails than you can shake a walking stick at.  We’ve chosen three of the best Blue Mountains walks.

Highlights:

  • 4-star accommodation in a 5-star location
  • All-inclusive walking guided holiday package with transfers to and from Sydney
  • Panoramic views that stretch out to the horizon and breathtaking landscapes
  • Pack free with Australias most experienced walking company
  • Get up close to the Three Sisters

 

WALK OVERVIEW

TYPE OF WALK
GROUP GUIDED
TRIP LENGTH
3 DAYS
WALK GRADE
Moderate

Grade 3 – Moderate

Short, steep hill sections. Moderate active lifestyle and some walking experience recommended.

PRICE FROM
$ 1695

per person twin/double share

SINGLE OCCUPANCY
$ 355

Accommodations charge the same price per room regardless of whether there are one or two people occupying it. To cover the cost of the accommodation when occupied by one person we need to charge the single occupancy fee.

per person

Book now
Itinerary

ITINERARY

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3

DAY 1

We will meet you in the city to begin your journey to the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park. We’ll start the Blue Mountains walks by hiking through rainforest and open woodland, opening up to spectacular overlooks, then trace creeks beneath ferny understory down into the forest. Work your way through the valley and up to a lookout point for views of Grose River Valley. Then watch for colourful king parrots taking flight and for the “weela weela” song of the yellow-tailed black-cockatoo.

We continue with a descent through the bush to spectacular Bridal Veil Falls, which plummets over 100 metres. Leading uphill, we’ll trace the valley edge to Evans Lookout, where you can admire the Blue Gum forest 500 metres below. Navigating down steep terrain to the Grand Canyon Creek we’ll pass silver-bark ash trees and black wattles following undulating terrain of tall coachwoods, sassafras, and giant ferns. Once at the Grand Canyon, take in the beautiful and impressive gorge, cut and shaped by the river below over millennia. Pass through The Rotunda, an expanse of sand and silt overshadowed by hanging rocks.

Walks: Some steep, uneven terrain and a few river crossings on boulders / 12 km / 4 hrs

Meals: Walkers lunch and à la carte two course meal prepared by the chefs at Echoes Boutique Hotel overlooking the Jamison Valley

Accommodation: Echoes Boutique Hotel with ensuite rooms

DAY 2

The morning will begin with a walk from our accommodation to the Skyway East Station. From here, catch the Scenic World Skyway over to the Scenic World Top Station. From there you will have a choice to either take the Scenic Railway (the steepest incline railway in the world) or Scenic Cableway (the steepest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere) down to the valley floor to begin the walk. Either of these options will take you on an exhilarating ride into the depths of the Jamison Valley rainforest, passing relics left by coal miners over 100 years ago. Look for the elusive ground-dwelling lyrebird and sip crystal clear water from Marrangaroo Spring.

Enjoy a lunch among a flock of cheeky currawongs or rosella parrots after scrambling up past apple, peppermint, and bloodwood trees to the impressive rocky outcrop known as Ruined Castle. Upon return, you’ll have the option of boarding the cableway or railway, or opt to climb the Furber Steps, providing a rewarding ascent through dense rainforest, past cascading waterfalls and lovely grottoes with valley views mixed between.

Walks: Mostly easy walking except for crossing the old landslide which is moderate / 16-17.5 km / 5-6.5 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chefs, walkers lunch and à la carte two course meal prepared by the chefs at Echoes Boutique Hotel overlooking the valley

Accommodation: Echoes Boutique Hotel in ensuite rooms with gorgeous views over the valley

DAY 3

The setting for the grand finale is Wentworth Falls, the Jamison Valley and the Valley of the Waters. This historic route and one of the most iconic of all the Blue Mountain walks, winds its way alongside waterfalls, beneath overhanging cliffs and through magnificent grottoes. The first section of the walk is concentrated on Wentworth Falls. At the bottom of the falls we’ll stop and admire the view, experience the refreshing mist and sip morning tea. Expect to eat lunch at the Valley of the Waters.

The real highlight is the ‘midcliff’ walk along a wide path that has been carved into the sheer cliff face. Handrails, ladders and airy lookouts provide a birds-eye view over countless hectares of forest. Take a short walk back to the top of the cliff where it is back on the bus with an expected ETA to Sydney at around 4:30pm.

Walks: Most of the walk is reasonably easy and well-graded; the rest involves steep ups and downs including steps and ladders / 10-15 km / 3-4 hrs

Meals: Cooked breakfast prepared by the in-house chefs and a walkers lunch

What’s Included

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Pack-free walking

  • 25+ years experience

  • Customised

  • Eco Travel

  • All inclusive, luxury pack free Blue Mountains walking holiday
  • The very best of Blue Mountains hiking
  • Scenic world Railway, Skyway and Gondola all day pass
  • Small groups of up to 16
  • Local knowledgeable guides
  • 2 nights’ luxury accommodation with ensuites
  • Gourmet eating at its best all daily meals including 2-course à la carte dinners with expansive views over the national park
  • All transport from Sydney and luggage transport
  • National park admission
  • Auswalk guide pack including notes, maps, lunch bag and container
Accommodation & Dining

ACCOMMODATION & DINING

OVERVIEW

Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant is a 4.5 star 12 room boutique hotel located right on the cliff’s edge in Katoomba and complements the outstanding Blue Mountains walks. The views from the rooms and the balcony restaurant are truly spectacular. Located next to Lilianfels Resort & Spa, walkers can enjoy full usage of facilities including both indoor and outdoor pools.

Echoes is renowned for its innovative cuisine and fine wines, with the Blue Mountains being one of Australia’s most famous foodie destinations. Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant offers our walkers a unique, unforgettable gastronomic experience that showcases the region’s fresh local produce. Each day begins with a buffet cooked breakfast, followed by a healthy lunch that includes a wrap, fruit and slice of cake. There’s no set menu, the 2 course à la carte dinners are prepared by professional chefs and are a highlight as they’re accompanied by views over the valley from the restaurant.

Alcohol or drinks with meals are not included (except tea/coffee and juice with breakfast).

General Info

GENERAL INFO

The Blue Mountains walks are 45% easy, 35% moderate, 20% more challenging. 10-17.5km (3 – 6.5 hours) walking each day on mostly well-formed and well graded walking tracks.

This trip operates with experienced and knowledgeable guides so we can offer easier and more challenging walk options along the way. Please note, with groups of 7 or under we will run this trip with just one guide.

Pre and post tour accommodation: There are many good hotels in Sydney, however we pick up and drop off from one central hotel the Pullman Circular Quay. The tour starts at 8:30am at the Pullman Hotel Circular Quay, 61 Macquarie Street and finishes on day 3 at 4.30pm in Sydney.

For what to bring please refer to Gear Advice on our FAQ section.

WEATHER

October-November is usually mild to warm. Temperatures warm up from December-February. March-April is usually cool to mild. Temperatures drop from May onwards and the days are cool to cold. July brings occasional snowfalls. Warmer, spring weather returns around September.

See the Bureau of Meteorology for information about temperatures and rainfall ahead of time to ensure proper clothing.

climate graph for the Blue Mountains

Source: BOM

 

INSURANCE

We strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy as we charge a cancellation fee if you cancel your Auswalk holiday after we have confirmed it. We want to help make insurance more affordable by offering you a discount on policies purchased through NIB Insurance. This applies to any NIB policies issued via this link. Get an instant quote and purchase online now.

INFORMATION PACK

For nearly 30 years we have taken pride in providing seamlessly organised walking holidays, but we know, even with that in mind, that you’ll have many more questions. You will receive a very detailed information pack and itinerary approximately 6 weeks out from departure outlining all the fine details and much more.

CONTACT

If you have any questions, feel free to ask one of our destination consultants or to speak with one of our guides. You can get in touch with us via our contact form, email us at info@auswalk.com.au, or call us on +61 3 9597 9767.

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  1. bigredwombat

    13 April, 2016 at 8:13 PM
    5

    I routinely spend my vacations doing point-to-point hikes with luggage transfer. I have previously used other travel agencies when doing the Coast-to-Coast walk in England, the West Highland Way in Scotland, the Westweg in Germany, the Rota Vicentina in Portugal, and the Tour du Mont Blanc in France/Switzerland/Italy. I have found Auswalk to match, or surpass, my experience with other agencies. The accommodations are all exceptional, the food was great (had no issue with me being a vegetarian), luggage transfer went smoothly, and the walking notes were quite explicit making it impossible to get lost. Also, their choice of routes in the Blue Mountains made sure you did not miss any of the spectacular sights.

    The scenery of the Blue Mountains was more beautiful and spectacular than any of my previous trips (with the possible exception of the Alps on the TMB). Compared to the Alps, what you lose in snow-capped peaks you gain in tropical rain forests and stunning waterfalls and a valley reminiscent of the Grand Canyon (but with trees).

    The Great Ocean Walk has scenery comparable to other coastal walks I have done (Coast-to-Coast, Rota Vicentina) but the animal sightings are incomparable. I have hiked a lot of Europe and seen very few animals larger than a marmot. On the GOW I saw many koalas, wallabies, kangaroos, and a tiger quoll (look it up). The large animal sightings rivaled the western National Parks in the USA. Also, if you are not an inhabitant of Australia, you will be amazed by the birds. The cockatoos, parrots, and other multicolored birds are spectacular for someone coming from North America or Europe.

    Highly recommend using Auswalk for your hiking needs in Australia, and booking their trips to the Blue Mountains and GOW. I plan to return to Australia in the future and try some of their other walking routes

  2. Sheena D

    12 May, 2016 at 9:18 PM
    5

    AusWalk`s organisation was faultless .our itinerary notes were meticulous in their detail the B&B`s were ideal (particularly Broomelea in Leura )the packed lunches provided were delicious One of the best trips I have done and greatly looking forward to our next trip

  3. Kristen K

    14 March, 2017 at 7:54 AM
    5

    Auswalk is a wonderful company and arranges a walking trip to perfection. We took two different trips with this company to the Blue Mountains and the Great Ocean Walk and enjoyed both of them tremendously. They were both unique experiences but Auswalk provided great places to stay with good food and excellent routes with very detailed directions. I would highly recommend this company.

  4. O2546HJmichaelc

    3 November, 2017 at 9:44 AM
    5

    Denise and I have just finished the 6 night self guided walk through the stunning Blue Mountains. What wasn’t there to enjoy – great accommodation, breakfast every morning, lunch & snacks provided, dinners ……. and the self guided notes, maps & organisational support from Auswalk. And the sights and sounds of the majestic and spectacular mountains were on display. We even wondered if Auswalk even arranged the first 5 days of perfect weather (!) & even though the last walking day was wet it provided another lens through which to enjoy the mountains. It was a thoroughly enjoyable trip and the Auswalk Frequent Walker points we earned will be used ….. Cape to Cape walk awaits us.

  5. N8341ARmichellek

    12 November, 2017 at 3:10 PM
    5

    Fabulous scenery, changing all the time. Day 1 was Grand canyon and the Grose river- lots of stairs
    Day 2 we walked from Echoes to the ruined castle, well worth it but a very long day- not for a beginner.
    Day 3 Wentworth Falls and undercliff track, again magnificent scenery
    The hotel, Echoes and meals were outstanding, perfect after a day of walking. Highly recommend this walk

  6. Christine J

    25 March, 2019 at 4:42 PM
    5

    My friends and I have just returned from a 3 day self-guided hike in the Blue Mountains, NSW. I was so impressed with AusWalk from the minute we booked to the end of our trip. No questions went unanswered prior to our hike. Directions were well set out, maps supplied and superb accommodation in BNBs. Included dinners and breakfasts were amazing as were the hike packs for snacks and lunches. Thank you AusWalk. You are a very professional company. We will definitely be returning customers.

  7. Kimbo237

    30 May, 2019 at 4:10 PM
    5

    “My 2 sisters & I took Mum on a private group Blue Mountains Walk for her 80th Birthday – organised so perfectly by Sanyana- we had the most amazing time in this stunning place & most importantly, Mum had the best birthday & everyone made her feel so special!
    We did 2 day walks with our guide Rick, who we cannot rate high enough!! He went above & beyond, was so knowledgeable, thoughtful, caring and accomodating – we all got along fabulously & had the best 2 days walk together!
    Our accommodations were both very good – particularly The Greens! The abundant breakfasts full of homemade delights & we loved sitting around each afternoon relaxing in their very lovely well stocked sitting room chatting about our day!
    Thank you to Sanyana for putting together such a wonderful trip & Rick for making our walks so enjoyable & memorable!”

  8. Woozles72

    4 June, 2019 at 4:35 PM
    5

    Surpassed expectations on everything from accomodation, meals, itinerary, communication and value for money… to our absolutely awesome walking guru/guide, Rick, who was very knowledgeable about the area’s walking trails, history, local stories, geology and the flora/fauna along our walking tour. We had a private tour for our group which was a special occasion as a birthday getaway for our very spry 80 years young Mum! We were given options on different tracks all along the trails to accomodate our fitness levels and make the most of the site seeing opportunities and avoid too many steep stairs! What an amazing experience, thanks to the experience and thoughtfulness of our guide Rick, and Auswalk for recommending the best options for our groups wishes. I’m looking at their website now for my next walking adventure with Auswalk Walking Holidays!

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