One of the best bushwalks in the Blue Mountains, the Grand Canyon track descends from Neates Glen into a stunning rainforest-filled canyon, before finishing with spectacular escarpment views from Evans Lookout.
One of the many routes through the Blue Labyrinth, the two-day walk from Faulconbridge to Glenbrook in the lower Blue Mountains combines tracks along Sassafras and Glenbrook Creeks with sweeping views from Lost World Lookout. It’s a varied walk with lots of potential camping sites.
Ouen Toro is a small hill at the southern end of Noumea, which offers a multitude of hiking trails with nice views over the city, lagoon and nearby mountains.
A great half-day walk in the Koghi Mountains. Only 20min drive from Noumea , the walk traverses a range of environments, from tropical forest to low heath. It culminates with sweeping views over Noumea and the coast from the summit of Pic Malaoui.
The hike to Careys Peak (1,544m asl) involves a hard slog up the Corker Trail, with almost all the altitude gain in the first few kilometres. The reward is sweeping views from the peak towards the coast.
A surprisingly quiet and picturesque walk that follows the Williams River through rainforest up to Rocky Crossing, with several side trips to features along the river. The Rocky Crossing trail includes the Blue Gum Loop Trail (which can also be done separately as a shorter walk)
Mt Maculot is one the of the most popular (and arguably the most scenic) mountain in the Batangas south of Manila, in the Philippines. The reward for a steep and tough climb is a spectacular view over Taal Lake and its volcanic island.
A spectacular circular day walk that combines Shadow and Forgotten Lakes with an ascent of Mt Rufus (1,416m asl) and a side-trip to Little Hugel (1,274m asl). Two mountain peaks, alpine lakes, rainforest and incredible displays of flowering heath.