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National Pass Walking Trail

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by Todd Newton (subscribe)
Published April 12th 2012
Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

If you are looking for an adventure, then hiking in the Blue Mountains is the deal for you.

The National Pass Walking Trail is one adventure that sticks out from most mountain trails. Complete with ceramic views of cliff edges and valleys in the Blue Mountains, the hike itself is quite stimulating to the average person as sections of the trail are cut right into the cliffs of the Blue Mountains and follow within a few centimetres of where the ground meets the hollow air of the valley.

The trail ventures through many different tracks such as the Nature track, the Wentworth Pass and the Overcliff-Undercliff walk. So if you prefer to be mesmerised by cliffs, by waterfalls or by nature itself, then this is certainly the option for you.

In fact, the National Pass trails cover six kilometres worth of tracks so there is certainly a lot to see of the Blue Mountains scenery. You will be challenged in this breathtaking experience as the experience requires more than a whole day of exploration.

The Whispering Pines Chalet and Cottages are a cosy place to stay if you wish to use the weekend to explore the area. The cottages are furnished with modern furniture, spacious beds and small fireplaces to create a feeling of comfort in the visitor.

Located near the town of Wentworth Falls, the National Pass Walking Trail is just an hour drive outside the outskirts of Sydney or a two and a half hour train journey from the Sydney CBD.

This inspirational experience will certainly not disappoint anyone who ventures on this thrilling adventure.
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