Join Life’s an Adventure on a magnificent 7-day self-guided tour in the Blue Mountains. Situated 2 hours west from Sydney, this stunning world-heritage site is a must when visiting the big city, to switch from noisy city sounds to a peacefully mountain area. This one million hectares of breathtaking waterfalls, sandstone cliffs, eucalyptus forests and its one of the largest and most intact regions of protected bushland of Australia.
For those that prefer independent travel, our self-guided walks are perfect for you. All your travel details are organised for you so that all you need to do is turn up and walk. This 7-day self-guided walking experience includes 5 days walking across the spectacular Blue Mountains from Mt Victoria to Leura. We have handpicked the best trails and will provide you with easy to follow maps, trail notes with extensive information about the flora, fauna, history and geology of the Blue Mountains. We have easier and hard options for each walking day, allowing you to tailor-make your walk to suit your fitness level. We are happy to consult with you to personally design each day’s walk, to ensure that you’re given the right walk to suit your ability and needs.
Overnight Bags transported for you each day
Each day while you are walking, your luggage will be picked up and delivered to your next accommodation. Allowing you to walk with just a light day pack, so that your walk is enjoyed not endured with a heavy pack!
Guesthouse and B&B Accommodation
We have hand-picked a range of charming and historic guesthouses and B&B Accommodation to stay at during your walking experience. Each has its own character and charm and you can be assured a warm welcome by your hosts at each location.
EPIRB – Emergency beacon to carry for safety
Since you are walking on your own, your safety is paramount to us. When you are walking you will carry with you an Emergency Beacon free of charge so you have peace of mind.
Alternative Free Tour
When there is heavy rain during one of the days or you just decide you need a rest day, we will provide a complimentary Jenolan Caves tour to enjoy instead (or on a Sunday – a Mudgee Wine Tour also available).
Complimentary Scenic World Pass
We’ll provide you with a complimentary Scenic World Pass to use on day 4 or your journey. This allows you to take a shortcut from the escarpment to the valley floor to start your walk and as well as a spectacular Scenic Skyway gondola ride suspended across the Jamieson Valley.
Sydney / Blue Mountains based company
We are a Sydney/Blue Mountains based company, we have been operating Blue Mountains tours for many years and know this area like the back of our hand. Rest assured while you are travelling we are only ever a phone call away.
No credit card fees
We understand that paying additional credit card fees can be annoying. If you book and of our self guided or guided walk, you can be assured there are no extra credit card fees.
Option for a privately guided walk
We offer our guests the option of doing this walk as a privately guided walking tour. You’ll be accompanied by one of our specialised Blue Mountains guides who will make the landscape come to life with their knowledge and stories. We will even provide complimentary return transfers from Sydney for our guests taking this option. Enquire for details and pricing
Find your way to Mt Victoria. If travelling by train alight train at Mt Victoria Station, approximately 2.5 hours from Sydney’s Central Station. Alternatively, if driving follow the M4 highway towards the Blue Mountains and follow the Great Western Highway to Mt Victoria.
The historic village of Mt Victoria is the most westerly township of the Blue Mountains. Check in at your accommodation is available anytime after 2 pm. Today is at leisure for you to explore the quaint village of Mt Victoria. Why not visit an amazing coffee shop, explore art galleries or museum, or just hang out at a historic pub.
Retire to your local accommodation where you can enjoy a delightful dinner.
After a hearty breakfast, we enjoy a wonderful walk which is a favourite with the locals. Your accommodation will provide you with a packed lunch. Today’s walk explores the historical track at Mt York, the first road built over the Blue Mountains. From the lookouts you will admire spectacular views into Hartley Valley and towards Jenolan Caves.
Whilst you have been walking your luggage has been transported to your new accommodation at Blackheath. Tonight enjoy dinner at a local restaurant (own expense).
Enjoy a hearty breakfast before setting out on today’s adventures. Your accommodation will provide you with your packed lunch for the day. Today is one of the must-do of the Blue Mountains. This grand circuit wanders down Pope’s Glen Creek from Blackheath village all the way to the escarpment. It follows the cliff tops along to the top of Bridal Veil Falls, and then on to Pulpit Rock lookout highlighting magnificent views of the Grose Valley.
Less Active Walk Option:
We do offer an Easier option this day for the less active. Follow the clip top track to the top of Bridal Veil Fall and then loop back along Braeside Creek for an earlier finish. 6.5kms. 4 hours. Grade: Easy-Medium
Return to your accommodation at Blackheath for dinner and enjoy a relaxing evening.
Enjoy breakfast at your accommodation and pick up your packed lunch before setting out for the day’s adventure. This fantastic full day Blue Mountains hiking experience includes a must-do ride on the thrilling Scenic Railway the steepest railway in the world (a dramatic short cut to the valley floor for our group) and a great hiking experience to Ruined Castle. We traverse the Jamieson Valley and climb Ruined Castle, one of the most visible and remarkable landmarks of the Blue Mountains. The 360-degree views from the rocky outcrop of Ruined Castle is a stunning climax to this wonderful Blue Mountains walk. We have booked you a return ticket on the Scenic Railway to avoid 310 metres climb back to the cliff top?
Or will you rise to the Furber Challenge on the way back? An alternative to riding up the Scenic Railway, this track climbs steeply through dense rainforest past Katoomba falls and delightful grottoes.
Less Active Walk Option:
We do offer an Easier option this day for the less active which is just as beautiful. This option is to ride the Scenic railway and then walk Federal pass and come back via the Golden Stairs. Grade: medium.
6.3 km walk 4 hours.
Tonight enjoy accommodation and dinner at Katoomba in a local restaurant. (Dinner included – voucher provided)
Today we see the Three Sisters, the Blue Mountains’ most spectacular landmark. This must-see attraction is experienced by millions of people each year. The Three Sisters is essentially an unusual rock formation representing Three Sisters who according to Aboriginal legend were turned to stone and today you will be not just taking a picture of it (like most tourists), but also walking through it down to the forest floor, via the famous giant stairway.
An amazing transformation of scenery takes place where you are quickly taken to a magical place of ferns, mosses and towering dogwoods. You may even be treated with an impromptu meeting with the local lyrebird.
Whilst you have been walking your luggage has been transported to your accommodation at the pretty village of Leura, your accommodation for the two nights. Tonight enjoy dinner in a local restaurant. (Dinner included – voucher provided)
Less Active Walk Option:
We do offer an easier option this day for those after a less active day. This walk takes you along the cliff tops with great views with plenty of sitting spots, rainforest-gullies and lots of variety in the vegetation. The solitary kiosk two-thirds of the way along offers a spot for refreshments. Grade: easy. 8.4 km. 3 hours.
After breakfast grab your lunch packed by your accommodation and head out for your last walk of your Blue Mountains walking adventure. ”
From Wentworth Falls we follow the Charles Darwin track to Wentworth Falls. See spectacular views over the Blue Mountains and journey through a wonderful rainforest gorge. Enjoy the chorus of birds singing in this little piece of paradise. An amazing walk to experience the wilderness and the true beauty of the Blue Mountains.
Return to your accommodation for a relaxing evening and dinner in a local restaurant (own expense).
Less Active Walk Option:
For those after an easier walk, finish your walk at Wentworth Falls Picnic Area
After breakfast pack your bags and check out of your accommodation. Your amazing self-guided tour finishes today, with the Blue Mountains still in your mind, you will be transferred to the local train station or back to your car if you drove to the Blue Mountains. The end of an amazing journey.
We run this tour every day throughout the whole year for a minimum of 2 persons. Check information below about availability and if you have any questions about any departures please contact us at email@example.com
7 day Self Guided Tour
$ 1799 /p
|Luggage transported to your accommodation|
|4 x delicious dinners|
|5 x lunches|
|6 x breakfasts|
|Scenic World Pass|
|No credit card fees|
|An alternative free tour when there is heavy rain on one of the days|
|An EPIRB for your safety|
|Extensive notes with provided information about the flora, fauna, history and geology of the Blue Mountains|
7 day walk Price…. $1799
• Deposit of $250 per person required at time of booking with final payments due 8 weeks prior to departure. Once final payments received you will receive your trail notes and tour information.
* Prices are per person in Australian dollars and include GST.
• Prices are based on twin share of rooms. If you are travelling solo you will be required to pay a single supplement. Enquire for details.
• Note: If you are booking within 8 weeks of your departure date – we will require full payment at the time of booking
• Payments must be made online via our NAB (National Australia Bank) secure payment page via credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or over the phone.
• NO Credit Card booking fees apply.
* Cancellations are not permitted for Self Guided tours, however, you can change to an alternative date or change names on bookings.
• We advise taking our Travel Insurance to cover items such as cancellation of tour due to minimum numbers not met, or adverse weather conditions, injury, evacuation, delayed flights, illness, etc.