Although this walk (indeed, some may call it a scramble) is very steep, rocky and at times difficult to follow, Devils Hole is a dramatic and rewarding walk. Leading through a narrow cleft in the cliff walls between Boars Head Rock and Narrow Neck, the track follows a route originally used by the Gundungurra people coming up from the Megalong Valley and, much later, by miners from the Glen Shale Mine village.

Grade: Hard
Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Distance: 1.2 kilometres return
Ascent/Descent: 200 metres descent, 200 metres ascent
Weather: Avoid in heavy rain
Closest public transport: The 696 bus (weekdays only) passes along Acacia St, 400 metres away

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Points of interest: Aboriginal heritage, Boars Head Rock, Devils Hole, Megalong Valley, Narrow Neck, Nellies Glen, Six Foot Track, Waterfall Cave

Devils Hole