Discovering The Blue Mountains on Foot
The Central Blue Mountains is a Mecca for walkers. The scenery is on a grand scale and access to the viewing points and tracks is easy. There are short strolls to ferny glades and longer walks down the cliff line to spectacular rock formations, waterfalls and rainforest gullies.
This pocket-sized bushwalking book contains descriptions and track notes for 30 walks in the Blue Mountains, mainly easy and short of a few kilometres in length. A few of the walks involve steep climbs.
There is also background information pages for natural and cultural history, access, camping and general bushwalking advice