Another one for your BUCKET LIST ~ North Lawson Waterfull Loop along the Dantes Glen Walking Track. Visitors have been coming to Dante’s Glen since about 1879.
DON’T confuse this with the South Lawson waterfall walk: http://lnnk.in/@South-Lawson-Waterfall-Loop
This is a great walk, that takes about 60mins. Just take it easy on the steps down and up. Naturally, if you can do this walk after decent rain the waterfalls will be really pumping:)
It’s also kid-friendly, but no dogs.
There are a few places you can start this walk. Our preference is the carpark near Fairy Falls. HERE>> https://w3w.co/lunged.canine.leans
Follow the sign and walk past the turn off to Fairy Falls, you’ll visit there on your way back, and head down to Dante Glen and Dantes Glen Falls.
This is a great spot for a picnic, so so buy some treats from one of Lawson’s amazing shops.
Once you’ve explored there, follow the track along the creek until you get to “St Michaels Falls”. You’ll also see the remains of an old picnic table.
Take care, the rocky track into St Michaels Falls can be very slippery.
From there, continue along the track and take care along this part of the track as it’s quite elevated in places.
Continue on for about 10 minutes until you see a track on your right heading up the hill. Take that. You can continue on and do the much longer Empire Pass walk.
The track on the right is uphill all the way with lots of steps. When you get to the top, turn right and walk down to Fairy Falls and the carpark
ALTERNATIVELY, you could turn left and follow the signs to Echo Point/Bluff, about 20 minutes further on. Return back along the track and continue on to Fairy Falls and the carpark.
MORE info: https://www.askroz.com.au/event_detail/index/walk-med-2hrs-30min-echo-pt-via-dantes-glen