In case you want to explore something different than the typical hiking, Australia is the place. There is one outdoor activity that surely differs from anything you ever experienced- the bushwalking. It is an old tradition in Australia that is usually practiced in certain regions of the country. The Blue Mountains are the best place to enjoy bushwalking, even if you are going to try it for the first time.
The mountain lies on nearly 1,000,000 hectares of a spectacular nature, bushes and landscape that you can see only in this place of the world.
Typical bushwalking can be practiced as long as you want- from one 1 hour, just like any fitness, to days of walking through the unique nature.
One of the best trails there is the one that passes trough Prince Henry Cliff Walk. The trail includes also famous Australian points such are the Govetts Leap and Evans Lookout.
There are hidden two of the world’s most beautiful valleys – Jamison and Grose Valleys. The Blue Mountain resort is providing professional guides, in case you never practiced bushwalking.
For those of you, who already have done it, the most challenging trails are Wollemi and Kanangra-Boyd National Parks, for they are in the heart of the Australian wilderness that can be reached only through bushwalking.