Easter Long Weekend Wilderness Multiday Hike @ Budawangs (75km, 3 nights)
We will be hiking through the wilderness of Budawangs National Park over 4 days (3 nights). We will park our cars and start at Wog Wog Campground, where we will also finish here.
Mt Victoria to Blackheath via Little Blue Gum (35km, elev 1130m)
Easy flat 6km start along Victoria Falls Rd, should be able to walk this in one hour before descending down to little blue gum. We go up Pearce’s Pass to cover a nice 450m
Mt Kuring-Gai to Roseville Station (parts of oxfam 3,4 & 5 – 38km, elev 1100m)
This is part of Oxfam Section 3,4 & 5. This is easier than the Brooklyn to Mt Kuring-gai walk I hosted on the 21st of Feb. This walk has a less elevation
Katoomba to Katoomba via Mt Solitary (36.4km, elev 2200m)
We take furber steps down and take sublime point trail to solitary first, then ruined castle than back up furber steps to finish. Huge climb up in the middle!
Brooklyn to Mt Kuring-Gai (33km)
Lots of up and downs. This is part of Oxfam section 1,2 & 3 and one of my favourite hikes in Mt Kuring-Gai National Park!
Falcounbridge to Woodford via Lost World & St Helena Ridge (29km)
Shaded bushwalk for the most part. 2 medium size hills to climb (one to martins lookout, the other lostworld) before we steadly climb our way back out to woodford using
Helensburgh to Bundeena via Royal Coast Track + Extra Detours (38km)
This walk is relatively straightfoward as the coast track is a popular tourist ‘walk’
Wentworth Falls to Blackheath via Lockley Pylon, Perrys Lookdown (35km)
This walk is relatively straightfoward as about 60% of it is firetrail / road. The descent down to blue gum forrest through shortridge pass is probably the trickiest bit
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Hi everyone! I'm William Chow, 27 year old hiker from Sydney, Australia. One of my many passion is hiking, trail running, camping, star gazing and exploring the outdoors so thanks for stopping by. Since I go hiking/bushwalking almost every weekend (and multi day hikes now and then when time allows), I decided to dedicate a site (seperate from my personal blogging site) to share my adventures on every walk I do, and I hope you feel my passion in my blog enough to do some walks yourself!
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