Almost every other activity in the Blue Mountains costs money, but bushwalking (hiking) is the exception. There are some 50 walking trails, ranging from routes you can cover in 15 minutes to the 3-day Six Foot Track. The staff at the national park and tourist offices will be happy to point you in the right direction.
The most visited and photographed attractions in the Blue Mountains are the rock formations known as the Three Sisters. For the best vantage point, head to Echo Point Road, across from the Blue Mountains Tourism office. Or try Evans Lookout, Govetts Leap, and Hargreaves Lookout, all at Blackheath.
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