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Horseshoe Falls Walk

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Horseshoe Falls Walk

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Oaklands Rd Starts at northern end of Oaklands Road near intersection with Hall Pde, Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales 2779 Australia
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The Blue Mountains is a beautiful area to explore but if you want to get up close and embark upon a real adventure, book this guided abseiling and canyon tour. The first half of the day is spent abseiling, beginning with small cliffs and building up to those more challenging ones. After an included lunch walk to the start of the canyon, wade into a creek, and jump into a rock pool. After some exhilarating water jumps and swims, abseil out of the canyon and into the rock pool below.
$203.81 per adult
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DXiao wrote a review Sep 2018
Shanghai, China5 contributions5 helpful votes
the walk itself is pretty good however, the fall is not as splendid as we thought, maybe because there has no rain for a while... good experience though
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Ranunculus R wrote a review Aug 2018
Sydney, Australia5 contributions1 helpful vote
Clean, quiet little picnic spot thats great for a short walk for toddlers. Steps but no too steep, there is a bus that stops right near the Oakland s Rd entrance
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Date of experience: April 2018
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MJDphotos wrote a review Sep 2016
Jindabyne, Australia151 contributions17 helpful votes
Waterfalls are always a cool thing to check out and the Blue Mountains has some magical falls. The Horseshoe Falls are not heavily visited but are some of the best. I'd highly encourage you to visit them either immediately after or during a rain event. Get out of your comfort zone, put on your boots and jacket and go enjoy what happens when all the foliage gets wet and the falls flow. It's WORTH IT!
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Date of experience: October 2015
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Helen W wrote a review Feb 2016
Manchester, England, United Kingdom36 contributions15 helpful votes
Walked the trails on a hot day. Stupidly didn't set off with any water so drank out of the falls and streams. What an amazing place!!. Steeped in History, story boards and plaques dotted all around explaining how the paths were carved out. Would recommend visiting both in the day time and early evening so as you can see the Three Sisters lit up. Well worth seeing at night for fantastic photo's.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Eli B wrote a review Jan 2016
Sydney, Australia3,713 contributions2,922 helpful votes
Great natural falls within minutes walk from the car park. Its tricky, as there is no path, but its doable. When you consider the wealth of amazing cascades, water holes and rock pools around the greater area hike over to The Kangaroo River which plunges over 50 mt to the gully below. Carrington Falls is one amazing place on the south coast with a national park surrounding it, perfect for a day's exploration with car or on foot. To get close to the water, you take the Loop Walk, a gentle 25 minute offering a lovely experience with easy signage. The falls do not fail to impress with its abundance of wildlife including wallabies (mini kangaroos)
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Date of experience: January 2016
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