A full day exploring around Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains.
This day will suit people with good fitness and recent walking experience. We hike 10 kilometres around Wentworth Falls, with a lunch break along the way. The day will include steep climbs and descents on roughly formed walking track and stone steps. We start and finish at Wentworth Falls Railway Station.
This event will NOT suit people brand new to hiking or those who have not been doing some long walks in preparation. Please consider this walk medium/hard. Over the day we will ascend more than 1 kilometre, so jelly legs are pretty much guaranteed.
Meet your Hike Out friends outside Wentworth Falls Station in Station Street, ready to depart on foot at 9:30am. The train leaving Central at 7:22am arrives in Wentworth Falls at 9:14am.
We hike a 10km loop including Charles Darwin Walk, National Pass, Conservation Hut and Lillians Glen before returning to Wentworth Falls Railway Station in the afternoon. Trains depart toward the city every half hour from 3:36pm.
See the links below for more information. The Wildwalks link describes the proposed route in detail. Contact Rick for more information or to discuss fitness and equipment.
$10.00 each participant. Includes;
• $9.44 donation to Hike Out
• $0.56 Paypal fee
• Insurance or public liability cover
• Travel costs to and from Wentworth Falls
• Snacks, lunch and incidental costs
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
• Check that you have the required fitness and equipment and can get to and from Wentworth Falls.
• Contact Rick (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss fitness or equipment. Mention any existing medical conditions like asthma, allergies or diabetes before the day.
• Make payment of $10.00
- by Paypal https://www.paypal.com to email@example.com
- by EFT. Bank details on request
• Be at Wentworth Falls Station ready to depart on foot at 9:30am sharp.
• Wear clothing appropriate for the day’s weather forecast.
• Wear hiking boots or trail shoes that are worn in and comfortable and NOT brand new!
• Consider using hiking poles
• Let someone know your plans and when you expect to return
• Bring a day-pack loaded with:
- Selection of spare clothing, warm jacket etc.
- Plenty of fresh drinking water (minimum 2 litres)
- Lunch supplies and trail snacks
- Hat, sunscreen, rain poncho
- First aid, camera, medications and any other items you usually take on hiking days.
It is up to each participant to be fully prepared for the hike. We walk as a group of friends each accepting the personal risks involved with this type of activity. We understand that there is no insurance cover provided.
3. National Pass Website: