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Start your hike with an adventure through rugged woodland, passing by lush greenery and exotic plant life. Get a look at the gorge of Nellies Glen and Megalong Creek Valley, and then stop for lunch and spectacular views of the Blue Mountains.
Continue your trek through the valley and cross the Bowtells Swing suspension bridge over the Coxs River. Take a dip in the river's crystal-clear waters to refresh yourself before calling it a night in a nearby lodge.
Rise early in the morning for breakfast before a challenging uphill track of up to 12 miles (19 km), with afternoon tea and lunch stops in between. Follow the fire trail along the Black Range ridge and relax when you arrive at your campsite as your guides prepare your dinner.
Carry on walking along the steep fire trail down Binoomera Ridge and Carlotta Arch before arriving at the Jenolan Caves at noon. Enjoy some free time by one of Australia's most famous caves before returning to your meeting point in a 4-wheel-drive coach. Read More close
Get started by rappelling down a few smaller jumps as your instructors explain each step and help you perfect your techniques. Work your way through a 50-foot (15-m) cliff before finishing off with a thrilling drop from twice the height.
After lunch, start the afternoon with a lesson in rock-climbing technique and take on several single-pitch climbs to hone your technique. Scale a few novice-friendly cliffs under the professional supervision of your instructors, who explain the finer techniques of climbing and show you how to climb efficiently for a true introduction into the vertical world of rock. Read More close
Meet your guide at Penrith and begin your 60-minute adventure on an exciting Harley Davidson motorbike. Take a ride through Springwood along the Great Western Highway, stopping at picturesque sites for some photo opportunities.
On your return ride, you come back down through the mountainous region of Hawkesbury Heights. You stop at a lookout for another chance to snap amazing postcard-perfect images of Hawkesbury. Hop back on your bike as you make way through Mitchells Pass via Glenbrook and Emu Plains before you reach Penrith. At the end of your ride, take back a CD of photos from your Harley ride to share with your loved ones. Read More close
Your adventure starts with a safety briefing and an introduction to the equipment. Your professional guide trains you in all the abseiling and canyoning basics and fits you with a wetsuit, helmet, and life jacket. Once you are fully equipped, start by rappelling down a 16-foot (5-m) cliff. After building your confidence, feel the adrenaline rush of descending an even higher cliff.
Then continue on with a scenic walk to the starting point of the canyon. Ford into the creek and work your way down into a narrow slot-like entryway. Within a few seconds, jump into a refreshing rock pool. Push yourself to your physical limits by negotiating the area's rock walls, gullies, pools, and waterfalls.
For your final adventure kick, experience a waterfall abseil. Clip into the rope, step back, and follow a 98-foot (30-m) waterfall down to the rock pool below. After a full-day of high adrenaline coupled with pristine natural beauty, pose for a final group photo and begin to wind down.
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7 hours 30 minutes
Your abseiling adventure starts with a warm welcome. After a safety briefing and an introduction to the equipment, your guide trains you in all the abseiling techniques that you need to know. Step out onto some small rocks to practice your technique and develop your confidence.
Then it's on to the real challenge in this stunning bushland setting. Feel your adrenaline pumping as you rappel down a 16-foot (5-m) cliff while your instructor encourages your every movement. Then progress to a 49-foot (15-m) cliff and finish with a thrilling drop from 98 feet (30 m).
If you want to continue your adventure, try rappelling down 18 stories of overhanging rock. Take in stunning views and feel your heart racing as you descend to the valley floor 197 feet (60 m) below. Read More close
3 hours 30 minutes
Your unforgettable ride starts with a pickup from your Sydney hotel. Get geared up in your leather jacket, gloves, and helmet before you climb on the motorcycle and let an experienced professional driver take the helm. Feel the engine roar as you ride through the streets of Sydney toward the Lower Blue Mountains.
Marvel at the landscape around Sydney during your journey and whoop with delight as you motor up the Great Western Highway toward Springwood. Take in the stunning vistas before turning around, passing the lookout at Hawkesbury Heights and cruising down Castlereagh Road on your way back to Sydney. Read More close
A half-hour walk through Wollemi National Park brings you to the crack in the ground that marks the beginning of Tigersnake Canyon, with barely 3 feet (1 m) between its walls. Rappel into a pool of cool, ankle-deep water at the bottom of the canyon, the first in a series of abseils and down-climbs that brings you next to a waterfall and out into a beautiful rainforest gully.
Another spectacular long abseil takes you along a big drop between two canyon walls that stand only 6 feet (2 m) apart. A break for lunch surrounded by ancient tree ferns and towering rock formations gives you a chance for some rest, before the steep hourlong exit signals the start of your return journey.
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