Six Foot Track Walk in the Blue Mountains
3 day Six Foot Track Walk from the Blue Mountains to Jenolan Caves. Winding through State forests and national parks, the 6 Foot track walk follows the 44 kilometre route of the original 1884 Bridal track between Katoomba and Jenolan Caves.
Crossing mountain ranges and falling into deep valleys, the Six Foot Track Walk features sheer sandstone cliffs, waterfalls and panoramas of richly-forested valleys. Camp under the stars and enjoy fine wine or beer and a delicious dinner. Time is allowed at the end of the walk to explore the magnificent Jenolan Caves.
A great walking and camping holiday
Life's An Adventure is the primary Tour Operator on the Six Foot Track. Our Six Foot Track packages include snack packs, breakfasts, 2 lunches and delicious dinners such as fresh snapper, Thai Chicken curries , french crepes - plus much more, as well as refreshments and beer and wine to enjoy with dinner. All group camping and cooking equipment is transported daily by our support vehicle. You'll spend your nights camping under the stars with your tent erected for your arrival.
Two levels of packages to choose from:
Life's An Adventure is the only Tour Operator offering multiple packages on the Six Foot Track Walk and have two different packages to choose from. Enjoy your choice of a dome crawl-in tent with deluxe camping mattress or walk-in touring tent with off the ground beds.
WATCH SYDNEY WEEKENDER SEGMENT
View our 6 Foot Track tour on Channel 7's Sydney Weekender Show.
SUN HERALD REVIEW
Life's an Adventure's 6 Foot Track tour was recently featured in the Sydney Sun Herald - read review.
The menu was varied and delicious. We were genuinely surprised by the quality and quantity of food at all parts of the Six Foot Track. Our guides were excellent - Dan was absolutely outstanding. Overall tour was beyond expectations. We felt cared for above and beyond the call of duty. We have recommended you to people already and we are looking forward to another trip with you. Michael says you werë "basically perfect" and we all tend to agree.
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Life's An Adventure acknowledge the Dharug, Gundungurra, Wanaruah, Wiradjuri, Darkinjung and Tharawal Nations as the traditional owners of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.