A long bushwalk along the Canoelands Ridge firetrail and down to Gentlemans Halt campground, with a couple of side-trips to a trig point and lookout. Some nice Hawkesbury River views.
It’s not one of the most spectacular hikes in Red Rock Canyon – but Ice Box Canyon is a good choice on a hot day, as part of the trail is through a shaded and cool canyon.
A lesser-known trail on the Kings Tableland in the Blue Mountains, the bushwalking track along the ridge to Lions Head offers some sweeping views over the Kedumba Valley.
A firetrail along Faulconbridge Ridge finishes at the Grose River Lookout, which has some sweeping views. It also provides access to the Grose River via an interesting bushwalking track down to a nice swimming hole.
An exploratory walk in the Wollemi NP led by Yuri, which explores the gullies and ridges north of Little Tootie off the Bowen Hill Trail.
A short but spectacular trail along the Upolu coastline, the O Le Pupu-Pue Coastal Walk offers dramatic views of sea arches and columns before reaching a large lava field.
Combining nice views over Apia with some local history, the tomb of Robert Louis Stevenson on Mt Vaea can be reached by both the Long Trail and the Short Trail – or combine both for a loop walk.
Combining Nellies Glen (Six Foot Track) with the Devils Hole, this Blue Mountains bushwalk offers spectacular views from multiple lookouts, beautiful rainforest scenery and some fascinating history from the coal-mining era.