As trilhas, passando pelo alto dos despenhadeiros, vão dando bonitas vistas das formações rochosas e do vale. Nem sempre fáceis, exigem um pouco de preparo. estão bem demarcadas e, às vezes, no meio do caminho, reservam boas surpresas, como riachos e pequenas cachoeiras.
Hi there, I would like to see Govetts leap and Evans lookout. From which Point is it best to start this walk from? I will have packed picnic lunch with me too - at point will be the nicest to stop and eat at? Can you get taxi from either end back to Blackheath? I'm not lazy I have just finished chemo and trying to work out the best way for me to get the most out of this attraction without getting too fatigued. Thanks in advance for your help!
5 de Junho de 2015|
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Not sure if you have been yet but there is really no need to walk very far to enjoy the look at Govetts leap itself. Most of the walks from the viewing areas are steepish decent down into the valley. You can easily get a... Mais
Not sure if you have been yet but there is really no need to walk very far to enjoy the look at Govetts leap itself. Most of the walks from the viewing areas are steepish decent down into the valley. You can easily get a taxi down from Blackheath, or you could actually take easy walk through the village area down to the viewing area and walk back into Blackheath. There is a Parks office near the lookout that will offer better advice on the nature of the tracks as it has been a long time since I have done the walks, my recent visit was only to view the lookout with my fiancé and so my memory is a little hazy on the walks themselves (20 odd years ago).