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We did the trek around the mountain to Pulpit rock lookout. It is around 6km in length and took us about 2.5-3 hours return. If you don’t want to do the trek there is a car park right at Pulpit rock so you can check...More
At Blackheath in the Blue Mountains, you can park Govette Leap carpark and there is a short easy 400m walk to the lookout. However, you should walk the Pulpit Rock Track and go to the Pulpit Rock, a great spot for photos. The Track is...More
This is such a great place to visit if you have average or less than average fitness level. There are steps but compared to the rest of the blue mountains walks it’s nothing. A short 400m and you get the most amazing views of the...More
It's far off the highway, the street is all 50 km/h and it feels like forever to get there. The last part of the street is a one way dirt road. Parking seems to be limited.
It's quite a lot of stairs to the very...More
This will blow your mind. Suspended on a cliff face. Never before have we seen such expansive views. Get a friend to take a pic of you from the upper levels to get the view of the stairs as you descend.
The view from Pulpit Rock Lookout is most interesting on days of mixed weather. When clouds are rising from Grose Valley and falling back into the valley, the scenery resembles a washing machine in action with clouds being pushed around like laundry in the washer....More
It is a little bit of a drive out to the lookout, but well worth the time. We did laugh at the sign that rated the walk out to it as "easy" when it was completely steps all the way down. It was wonderful to...More