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One way hikes and walks in Blackheath

Discover the best one-way hikes and walks in Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia. A one-way hike, also sometimes called a point-to-point hike, is a walking route that doesn’t loop back to its starting point. Instead, it takes you from one destination (the trailhead) to another (the endpoint), covering a variety of terrain and scenery along the way. Unlike circuit hikes, where you see the same sights twice, one-way hikes offer a constantly evolving experience. Find the best one-way hikes in Blackheath, New South Wales, Australia here.

Grade 4

Lockleys Pylon to Blackheath Station Hike (19km)

Grade 4

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

Grade 5
Grade 5

Victoria Falls Lookout to Blue Gum Forest Hike (13.8km)

Grade 4

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

Grade 1

Fairfax Heritage Walking Track (1.8km)

Grade 4

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

Grade 4

Pulpit Rock Track (3.8km)

Grade 3

Walls Ledge Walk Track (2.3km)

Grade 5

Pierces Pass to Perrys Lookdown Hike (10.4km)

Grade 1

Fairfax Heritage Track (1.9km)

Grade 5

Pierces Pass to Blackheath Station Hike (17.6km)

Grade 5

Victoria Falls to Blackheath Station Hike (22.2km)

Grade 4
Grade 4

Cliff Top Track (3.2km)

Grade 4

Collier’s Causeway Walk (3.1km)

Grade 5

Victoria Falls to Pierces Pass Hike (8.9km)