By / 10th April, 2018 / Blue Mountains Travel Blog

Regarded as the most impressive walking trail in the Blue Mountains, the Grand Canyon Walk is 6km long circular track through lush rainforest with creeks, waterfalls, huge sandstone walls and rock overhangs.

A diversity of rare or threatened species are resided in the Grand Canyon area including the sooty owl, glossy black cockatoo, bush stone curlew, superb parrot, yellow-bellied glider, Blue Mountains water skink and booroolong frog.

Grand Canyon Walk can start at several places, Evans lookout carpark, Neates Glen car park and Grand Canyon Loop track carpark.

For more information on Grand Canyon Walking Track visit www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

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