A stunning loop that takes in luscious native forest and plenty of waterfalls.

Statistics

1 - 2

hrs

324

m

324

m

11

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Moderate

Description

The Grand Canyon Track is a moderately challenging hike that passes through luscious forest, sandstone walls and passes countless waterfalls.

Starting out from Evans Lookout, the trail winds its way down into the canyon, tracking Greaves Creek as it does so.

Meandering along the base of the canyon there is plenty to take in, but also to be mindful of: semi-ledges increase the difficulty of the hike and require proper hiking shoes.

The climb back up to the road is a strenuous one, but once you're up you'll be back on level ground as you work your way back to the lookout. Due to recent wet weather and bush fires, tracks in the Blue Mountains can be subject to closure at short notice.

Check the NPWS website to confirm conditions before setting out.