Kangaroo Creek Loop, Royal National Park
Lots of variations in the track, and the possibility of a dip in the pool on a hot day, make this trail an enjoyable! hike. Wear the correct footwear if it has just rained track can be muddy
Cowan to Berowra via Mt Kuring-Gai (33km, some night hiking)
Start of Cowan, walk to Berowra, then Berowra walk to Mt Kuring-Gai via berowra Track then back to berowra via Lyrebird Gully Track (most likely in the dark :D)
Mt K’ng-Gai – Spit Bridge|Oxfam section 3-8|65km
This is part of Oxfam sections 3-8. This is generally considered the easier part, with most of the climbing completed in the first 3 sections, although we will start slightly before section 3 for easy access.
Palm Beach to The Rocks – (70km)
A very, very long, beautiful coastal walk on which you can enjoy an extended portion of the shoreline covering a vast expanse of Sydney’s North Shore, culminating with a walk across
Blaxland Loop via BM NP (32km)
Start of with Florabella Pass (little bit tricky, then up to Bullants Track, if we have time, we can do a detour to the Lost World, otherwise walk down to Martins lookout
Woy Woy to Point Clare via Brisbane Waters NP (50km)
This will be an exploratory walk, exploring large sections of the beautiful Brisbane Water national park. We will do a bit of street walking, go into the bush for about 12km
Brooklyn to St Ives (parts of oxfam section 1-4) 46km
This is part of Oxfam Section 1-4 (and the more challenging side). If you are doing Oxfam, this is a good training section. We will also walk over 10km in the dark (the section
Koolewong to Wondabyne (45km)
A lovely walk through Brisbane Waters NP. It starts with a steep climb and a bit of scrambling, and then follows through the mountains and crossing some roads.
Collaroy to Darling Harbour (51km)
Stunning coastal walk exploring the beaches of Sydney’s North Shore all the way to Darling Harbour! This is a very scenic route with lots of great sites along the way.
Katoomba Loop via Lindeman up Copeland Pass
We take furber steps down and federal pass all the way to Lindeman pass. Walk abit of Lindeman before climbing up Copeland Pass (steep section, Have some early lunch up
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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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