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All reviews scenic railway echo point three sisters scenic world furber steps catch your breath great walk worth the effort afraid of heights take your time reasonable level of fitness steep descent hour walk the cliff blue mountains valley floor great fun
Not the easiest walk but OK for most able-bodied people. Very rewarding with great views and waterfalls (in the wet season, perhaps not at other times). Some longer sections on shade - welcome in summer. Well marked and with hand rails etc in all the...More
Did this walk yesterday. I started the walk with great trepidation as I have a fear of heights. The steps are steep, but if you take great care and go slowly they are fine. I was surprised when we reached the bottom as it was...More
Starting from Echo Point, the descent down the Giant Stairway is a little tricky with a combination of rocks, steps and staircases amounting to 900 steps with a stop at the first sister.
I’d recommend walking an hour along the valley towards scenic world. You...More
Started at Echo Point Lookout. Walkway is paved until you reach the Giant Stairway. From there it is steep and narrow! Some of the stairs are concrete, some are steel, and a few are natural rocks. There is a handrail along the stairway. The views...More
A hard walk but you get some good sights. Take lots of water. A few stopping points along the way to catch your breath and take in the view. The most spectacular being the honeymoon bridge which takes you to the the first sister.
The walk to the stairway is excellent. The walk down the stairway is steep. You can go all the way to the bottom and walk along the river back to scenic world and get the train back to the main entrance.
Take the stairs down 300 meters and either a. turn right with the tourists and go for an hour along the cool flat path of pleasure to the bottom of railway back up or climb up via Furber stairs which are much better than the...More
Echo Point is definitely the place to park, you can either walk back around the rim after after catching the Scenic Rail up (about half an hour easy walk) or catch the Skyway across then walk. Last option is catch the... More
Echo Point is definitely the place to park, you can either walk back around the rim after after catching the Scenic Rail up (about half an hour easy walk) or catch the Skyway across then walk. Last option is catch the regular shuttle bus around. Enjoy the and walk our kids 9 & 11 didn't complain too much.
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If you mean to descend via the giant stairway, yes you can do that and take scenic railway back up to the scenic world. You will need to walk from when you get to the bottom to the scenic railway for probably 1 hour, or even... More
If you mean to descend via the giant stairway, yes you can do that and take scenic railway back up to the scenic world. You will need to walk from when you get to the bottom to the scenic railway for probably 1 hour, or even a bit more.