We started at the conservation hut and walked anti clockwise towards Wentworth Falls on the Nature Track which was the opposite of the majority of people on the track. At Empress Falls, we then joined onto the National Pass. It was a fantastic walk that went past little streams, amazing look outs and water falls. It had been raining in the days leading up to our walk so the path was quite wet but this just made it a little bit more exciting. We found that Empress falls (more cascades, more water flow) was more beautiful than Wentworth so if you only have time for one, I know which I would prefer. The map and signs told us it would take approx 6 hours to complete but it only took about 3.5 hours. We walked quite slow in some parts and stopped many times to take photos and enjoy the view. In regards to the level of difficulty, I thought the rating given on the signs and website of 'Hard' was a little extreme. I'm not a massive hiker and although there were lots of stairs and I was out of breath on some parts, it was not too difficult. A person of decent health (but not much fitness) can easily do this walk.
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