Hidden away on the western side of Blackheath, Porters Pass is one of the oldest tracks in the Blue Mountains, dating back to 1888. This mystery tour takes you along the precipitous Walls Ledge, down the side of a waterfall and across Colliers Causeway. You then zigzag up Porters Pass, cut across escarpment heathland and complete your circuit through the dark and mossy Centennial Glen. This walk is actually on Council land, rather than National Park, meaning that you can bring your four-legged friend.

Grade: Medium
Time: 2 hours 45 minutes
Distance: 5.5 kilometre circuit 
Ascent/Descent:  215 metres descent, 215 metres ascent
Weather: Suitable for all conditions
Closest public transport: Blackheath railway station, 1.8 km away

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$1.69 each Porters Pass

Points of interest: Centennial Glen, climbing, Colliers Causeway, Fort Rock, Kanimbla Valley, Lamberts Lookout, Mountain Devil, Porters Pass, Walls Ledge

The Grotto Porters Pass

The Grotto at Porters Pass