One of the Blue Mountain's best kept secrets, located to the west, is the magnificent Wolgan Valley. This amazing area has scenery to rival it's neighbouring region of the Blue Mountains but is relatively unknown.Wolgan Valley is a stunning region of dramatic escarpments, beehive pagoda rock formations, rich bushland and ancient aboriginal rock paintings. It is also home to an extensive flora and a wide array of native wildlife. On this 2 day walk you will travel through a tunnel filled with thousands of glow worms, see spectacular views as you descend from the cliff tops into the beautiful Wolgan Valley and see the historic town of Newnes.This is a fully supported Wolgan Valley Walk, no need to carry heavy overnight bags - these will be transported to your campsite allowing you free time to enjoy the walk carrying only a day pack. You'll arrive to find your tent set up, your bags on your camp bed and a bottle of wine chilled and ready to be served with a great cheese platter.Tour inclusions:
Fully supported walk with your overnight luggage transported to the campsite
Accommodation is camping under the stars in walk-in tents with a deluxe camping mattress.
1 x delicious dinner including fresh snapper
1 x breakfast
Fresh fruit and trail mix to enjoy during your walk
Fine wine and beer and non-alcoholic drinks served with dinner. Please note: we advise drinking in moderation as walking can be strenuous.
Professionally guided - Our guides are locals who are passionate, well trained and enthusiastic with the ability to bring to life a depth of information
Return transfers from the start and end of the walk
National Parks Fees
Prices shown is for 1 person.
Things to know
How fit do I need to be to do this walk?
A moderate or average level of fitness is needed to complete this walk as long as you are capable of walking 4 to 5 hours a day.
Day 1: Walk 11.5km (5 hours walk)
Day 2: Walk 8km (4 hours walk)
Is there a portered walk option?
All our guests will have their overnight bags transported to the campsite leaving you free to relax and enjoy the walk instead of struggling with a large backpack.
So what will I need to carry?
A small day pack with water, camera and any small personal items you want access to during the day. You won't even need to carry your lunch as your guide will carry the groups lunch.
What gear is provided?
Tents, mattresses, all your eating utensils, the campsite's cooking equipment.
What do I need to bring?
You'll need to bring your clothes, a torch/flashlight and your personal items packed in a small overnight bag. You will be emailed a clothing and gear checklist in your pre-departure information closer to your tour date by the operator.
Do you cater for different dietary requirements?
Yes we can provide for any special dietary requirements. As the guides will need to provide separate meals for special dietary needs - an additional surcharge will be charged for Gluten free, vegetarians (that don't eat fish) and vegan meals. This will be paid directly to the operator prior to leaving.
How many people are in each walking group?
We run our tours with a maximum of 15 walkers.
What time does this adventure start and finish?
We meet at Katoomba at 8.30am. Finish times will depend on a number of factors including walking pace of the group, generally we arrive back into Katoomba at 5.45pmPrices shown is for 1 person.
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