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Grade 4 Walking Tracks in Blackheath

Grade 4 trails are suitable for experienced hikers as navigation and technical skills will be required. Trails will be long, rough and very steep with limited signage or navigation aids. Click here for more information on the hike grading system in Australia. Discover the best grade 4 hikes in Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia.

Grade 4

Braeside Walk (2.5km)

Grade 4

Lockleys Pylon to Blackheath Station Hike (19km)

Grade 4

Perry’s Lookdown to Lockley Pylon Hike (8.1km)

Grade 4
Grade 4

Perry’s Lookdown to Blackheath Station Hike (12.8km)

Grade 4

Govetts Leap Loop Hike (8.7km)

Grade 4

Pulpit Rock to Evans Lookout Cliff Top Track (6.6km)

Grade 4

Braeside Govetts & Pope’s Glen Track (8.7km)

Grade 4

Pulpit Rock Track (3.8km)

Grade 4

Govetts Leap Descent Walk (1.2km)

Grade 4
Grade 4

Beauchamp Falls Walk (3.1km)

Grade 4

Baltzer Lookout Hanging Rock Hike (7.6km)

Grade 4

Perrys Lookdown to Blue Gum Forest Walk (4.3km)

Grade 4

Blackheath Station to Junction Rock Loop Hike (18.2km)

Grade 4

Asgard Kiln & Mine Walk (5.6km)

Grade 4
Grade 4

Grand Canyon Cliff Top & Braeside Walks Hike (9.3km)

Grade 4

Evans Lookout to Junction Rock Hike (10.7km)

Grade 4

Cliff Top Track (3.2km)

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Grade 4 (Hard)

Challenging Walks for Experienced Walkers: Grade 4 on the AWTGS signifies challenging walking tracks. Bushwalking experience is recommended for these tracks, which may be long, rough, and very steep. Directional signage may be limited, requiring a good sense of navigation. These walks are suited for experienced walkers who are comfortable with steeper inclines, rougher terrain, and potentially longer distances.