Blue Mountains Eco Adventure & Hike Tour
Barefoot Downunder’s Blue Mountains Eco Adventure & Hike Tour from Sydney takes you into the heart of the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains for a big day of hiking and exploring! Escape the city and see kangaroos in the wild, hike into a Jurassic rainforest and pass epic lookouts with amazing views seeing waterfalls, including Empress Falls and Wentworth Falls. Spot native wildlife and hear the fun interesting facts of the local area from your passionate guide, take a selfie with the ‘Three Sisters’ and snap a photo of the Katoomba Street Art Walk and take in views at one of the ultimate lookouts of the Blue Mountains!
Our adventure tours from Sydney are led by our fun, experienced and passionate Aussie guides (and the owner too!) who all love to share their local knowledge as well as having a laugh and telling a few jokes along the way. Our groups are smaller so we can show you places off-the-beaten-track where not many tours visit making it a more personalised day out for our guests.
If you are looking for a true Australian experience exploring the Blue Mountains and love the outdoors and hiking, then this adventure tour is for you!
Our Blue Mountains Day Tour picks up from 4 locations across Sydney before making the journey up to the mountains, forget the crowded zoo’s as we’ll show you kangaroos in the wild! Get ready for an epic 3-hour guided return hike down in Wentworth Falls and see many spectacular waterfalls, take in amazing views of the Jamison Valley, see the dramatic cliffs and scenery and spot native wildlife and birds. Learn the interesting and fun facts of the local area from your passionate Aussie guide!
The hike back up includes a couple of sections with a set of vertical stairs and steep steps so we ask everyone to have at least a medium level of fitness. (The effort is worth it!) During the warmer months bring your swimmers to cool off under one of the waterfalls if you like.
After the big hike we take you to a small local village town in the Blue Mountains called Leura, where you can relax for lunch. We like to support the local community and there are plenty of great restaurants or cafe’s for you to choose from. They offer everything from a kangaroo burger, to fish and chips, there is a vegetarian cafe and all different meal options at the restaurants, you can bring your own picnic lunch to enjoy at the nearby park. Your choice!
Snap a selfie with the famous Three Sisters rock formation and hear the dreamtime stories from your guide. Then keep your camera handy as we do a quick stop at the Katoomba Street Art Walk where you can see the local artists murals and graffiti.
Saving the best for last, we take you out to our final lookout spot where you take in the Ultimate Views of the Blue Mountains up at #lincolnsrock! After a jam packed day of fun and adventure, jump back in the bus to relax as we pump some great tunes for the bus ride back to Sydney. (Bring a change of clothes or shirt as you will sweat!)
*Due to the nature of our tour activities, hike and fitness level we find we are best suited to ages 18-50 yrs. This tour is not suited to ages over 55 years unless you run marathons, hike daily and/or train regularly! Kids must be aged 12 yrs and up.
|DURATION||Full Day Trip – 10+ Hours|
|WEAR||Hiking shoes or trainers, comfortable clothing, dress for the weather|
|BRING||Bottle of water, sunscreen, camera, money for lunch, photo ID, a change of clothes or shirt and a sense of fun and adventure!|
|Destination||Blue Mountains National Park, NSW Australia|
|Age||Suited to 18-49 yrs or the fit and active young at heart!|
Our Blue Mountains tour offers 4 different pick-up locations around Sydney and the beaches, please visit our pickup points here to find the best one for you!
One of Australia’s own World Heritage Sites, the Greater Blue Mountains area features a dynamic landscape of vast gorges, sandstone plateaus, fertile rivers and lakes, and huge cliffs diving headfirst into unexplored valleys.
The Blue Mountains are also home to rare and endangered wildlife, many of which rely on the extraordinary diversity of the area’s eucalypt species. These same trees are also responsible for the region’s name, as the landscape’s blueish hue results from the oils released by eucalypts in warm weather.
Just 60–90 minutes northwest of Sydney, the Greater Blue Mountains Area is a popular travel spot among outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Hiking trails, abseiling, and magnificent lookouts are just a few of the things drawing more visitors to the Blue Mountains every year.