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There were not many people in our mini-bus, so the driver was very nice and everyone was doing whatever he was asking to be on time to the bus. Then, he said we have more time and even it is not included in out tour...More
I have to admit the dirt road to access Fortress Rock is longer and rougher than I would have thought from the reviews below. But we managed it in a small 2WD. After about 5 km you come to a small green sign saying 'Fortress...More
I have lived in the Blue Mountains for 25 years and I did not know about this walk until I came across the reviews in TripAdvisor.
When you get onto the dirt section of Mt.Hay Rd it is about 1 km to the signage telling...More
This is a great walk out to fortress rock. Great views out over the southern cleared agricultural valley. But the best part of the walk is to continue down to Centennial Glenn and alongside Wall Ledge loop. Along the way you see a path heading...More
This is a reasonably easy walk with great views. After the uphill slog we continued to the left at the intersection. This ended probably 10-15 minutes later at a spectacular cliff edge.
We back-tracked, took the right hand fork and walked for another 30 minutes...More
After the crowds and coaches at Three Sisters, we decided to find a quieter view, so went to mount hay and got that and more!!
No one was there, the drive up was beautiful, giving you a feeling of wilderness and freedom, through the trees...More
A little way out of town along dirt road that requires some care in places. Short walk, approx 45 minutes return. Crowd-free and stunning views. You could drive further along Mt Hay Rd to further walks if you have the time.
We found this on trip advisor and are so glad we did. It's a lovely walk, not hard but the terrain is rocky so my sturdy teva sandals were appreciated. Drive out of Leura on Mount Hay road, and it becomes a pot holed gravel...More
The dirt road down Mt Hay rd can be a little rough but still okay for non 4wd's like my sedan.
The walk is not ardous from having to deal with really steep inclines but can take some time 90 mins plus so remember drinking...More