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Most of the tracks covered can be completed in a few hours, but there are some tougher and multi-day walks for wanting a greater challenge.

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For each walk, there is detailed trail information, a map, photographs and beautiful illustrations by Guy Troughton and David Mackay of fauna and flora that you're likely to see along the way. Help Centre.

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Track My Order. My Wishlist Sign In Join. After you rock-climb your way upwards, the summit is beautiful with stunning sweeping views of Pigeon House mountain and Byangee Walls.

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If you do the Castle Hike as a day walk it should take you around hours. Go bush-bashing. Try a hike without a path. So, if you get lost just walk down and towards the ground level. The 1. Starting at Youngville camp ground Putty Road, Bulga , the trail launches straight into action, climbing through patches of snow grass and rainforest. Keep your eyes peeled for lyrebirds, brush turkeys, honeyeaters and wompoo fruit doves.

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At the top, kick back, enjoying views of the Hunter and Lake Saint Clair. The Budawangs are three hours' drive from Sydney, so if you can't cut an early start, head down the night before and pitch a tent by the river at Long Gully. Like that Mount Solitary, The Castle hike is a tough nut. Prepare for some rock scrambling and, if heights freak you out, make an appointment with a phobia doctor beforehand. It's 11 kilometres return and takes about 10 hours.

The 5-kilometre return walk, which begins at the picnic area off Yardboro Road , takes five hours. All-in-all, it's moderate-going, with some sharp sections and a few short ladders to clamber up at the top. Expect stunning sandstone formations, cliffs, gorges, lyrebirds and a rare tree species known as the Pigeon House Ash eucalypt.

Captain Cook gave the mountain its Anglo name in Its Indigenous name, Didthul, means 'Big Mountain'. Strictly speaking, Burning Mountain aka Wingen Mountain , at metres, is more a hill than a mountain, but the 'burning' part is spot on. Thirty metres under the ground, a coal seam has been on fire for around 6, years.

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As far as we know, it's the oldest coal fire in the world. An accessible, 4. Reaching its summit involves weaving your way through an adventurer's paradise — in and out of canyons, pagodas and caves splashed with rock orchids, ferns and natural vertical gardens. Probably not the mountain of choice for claustrophobes, though.

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Top image: Dollar Photo Club. Published on September 11, by Jasmine Crittenden. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. It is a long way to travel for such an easy walk. A much better walk would be Mt Royal itself.

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It combines snow grass, rainforest and great views. There are other great walks in the area too.

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Mt Cockcrow or Mt Carrow one of my favourite areas. Thanks for the list Jasmine however, I am interested to know where you got the info for Mt Banks, "five-hour, kilometre trail'? If you have a map of the trail that would be great.