The National Pass is one of the most spectacular bushwalks I have ever done. We started from Conservation Hut to get our caffeine fix before setting off. After going down a few staircases we came into a beautiful cool valley with waterfalls. The next section is a hike along a man made trail carved into the cliff about half way up the 180m tall cliff face and giving scenic views across the Jamieson Valley. Towards the end was Wentworth Falls which is also a spectacular waterfall. To finish off was a climb out on a huge staircase carved out of the rock, then a short walk back to Conservation Hut. This isn't a wilderness experience as such and it was quite crowded but thoroughly enjoyable all the same.
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