Our fantastic 3-day guided pack free Six Foot Track Walk journeys from Jenolan Caves to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. Winding through State forests and national parks, the 6 Foot Track walk follows the 44-kilometre route of the original 1884 bridle track.
A Pack Free Walk
This walk has been designed for those looking for a guided Pack Free walking experience with everything done for you so you can focus on enjoying the walk. Our guests won’t be asked to carry their clothes or overnight bags for the entire tour, these will be transported for you each day. This is a big advantage for our guests, in that you will avoid carrying a heavy rucksack on your back every day. With Life’s An Adventure, you will carry as little as your water bottle, camera and lunch each day!
Having a comfortable place to rest is an important part of our walking experience. Spend two nights at the Valley View a cosy homestay with stunning views over the valley and an infinity pool.
Extra ‘Wow Factors’
On a Life’s An Adventure walk we always include wow factor’s to make your walk extra special. On arrival at Jenolan Caves, we include a guided tour of the amazing limestone formations of the caves. Whilst on day 3 we stop at the charming Dryridge Estate Winery in the Megalong Valley, with spectacular views of the Blue Mountains escarpment this is a perfect place to relax and enjoy lunch, and wine tasting.
Our tours are designed to be personal and intimate with a maximum group size of 12
We call our guides CEOs – Chief Experience Officers and it’s their job to ensure your walking tour lives up to to your expectations.
Hearty meals featuring local produce and wines
Our guests will enjoy hearty home-style cooked meals featuring local produce at the house with beautiful views of the surrounding hills and valleys.
This walk has been designed to follow the direction from Jenolan Caves to Katoomba. This allows us to walk towards the spectacular Katoomba Escarpment providing magnificent views as you walk, rather than the best of the views be behind you all the way.
We meet at the historic Carrington Hotel In Katoomba for our walking briefing at 8.30am. From here we transfer to Jenolan Caves where we enjoy a cave tour of these remarkable limestone formations. We enter the Temple of Baal Cave via the ‘Binoomea Cut’ along the manmade tunnel. Then, they travel down the ‘Dragon’s Throat’, via a dramatic winding staircase. There are 2 massive chambers, one 42 metres high and filled with beautiful formations. One of these formations, the 9 metres tall ‘Angel’s Wing’ shawl, is one of the largest cave shawls in the world. The cave also offers beautiful examples of crystal helictites. After our walk we start our walk on the Six Foot Track to Black Range. We pass the stunning Carlotta’s Arch overlooking Blue Lake and head up Binoomera Ridge. On the way, we will pass the pretty Jenolan Cottages a favourite stomping ground for mobs of kangaroos. Cross several fern gullies and creeks and forests of eucalypt before reaching Black Range Campground. Here our vehicle will meet us and transfer us to our accommodation for the night at the Valley View Homestay. This accommodation overlooks the valley and features an infinity pool where you can cool off after a day’s walk. Tonight enjoy a two-course meal featuring local produce and wines and chat about the day’s adventures.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast in the restaurant. We then transfer back to the trail to start our walk down the range to Coxs River. Today has many downhill sections so walking poles will come in handy as we will be descending 800 metres over the course of the day. We follow the fire trail passing through wooded country past Mini Mini saddle with views ahead to the valley. On the last descent into Coxs River, our vehicle will meet us and whisk us away to our accommodation at the Valley View Homestay. Sit on the deck and take in the stunning valley views or cool off after your walk with a swim in the pool. Tonight enjoy dinner featuring local produces and served with wine prepared by your guides.
After breakfast, we transfer our guests back to the trail. On arrival at the Coxs River, the trail follows the pretty river to the historic Bowtell Swing Bridge and exciting river crossing. The trail then meanders through the forest to we reach the charming Dryridge Estate Winery in the Megalong Valley with spectacular views over the Blue Mountains escarpment. We enjoy a lunch stop here with a delicious BBQ lunch and wine tasting. After lunch, we follow the rolling hills passing properties with horses until we reach the final steps that will take us through the rainforest gorge of Nellies Glen. Ensure you stop to look up at the spectacular escarpment above you as you make the climb. We reach the finish of our the trail near the Explorer Tree. From here we transfer our guests back to the Carrington Hotel, the end of an amazing journey.
We run regular scheduled from September to May each year.
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Unfortunately due to restricted rooms at Valley View single supplement accommodation is not available. Solo travellers will need to share with someone of the same gender.
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