Katoomba to Mittagong
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Posted on: 15/07/2015
Hi there, We've only walked 12 kms of the total 44 kms of The Six Foot Track. There's something magic in walking in Blue Mountains. I'm Italian so I thought I've seen a lot of beautiful (Alps) mountains but let me say, this place is just great!! Two things: - Be prepared for water. It could come as rain or you could step in a 40 cms deep puddle. Dress up like smartly and bring a change of clothes with you. It may save your day. Also, be prepared for every temperature. I did it in winter: 5°C during the morning and in the shade, 25°C in direct sunlight (Australian weather is quite interesting). - Book a hotel in Katoomba and set out on the trek in the early morning. You are going to experience some beautiful moments and some of the most interesting colours a mountain can offer (without snow). We found this Australian website http://www.hotelscombined.com/ and booked at Lurline House (thumbs up!) and step out the door just before dawn. It is an experience we'll never forget! Have fun!
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