Walls Lookout, Mount Tomah. This is a true BUCKET LIST WALK, it offers outstanding views, it’s suitable for the whole family and it offers a sense of adventure. Here: https://w3w.co/noun.homely.bruiser
The views from Walls Lookout of the Grose Valley and its surrounding cliffs are absolutely stunning, a great place for morning tea or lunch. If you look west from the lookout you seek Rigby Hill lookout, which is a slightly longer walk, but well worth the walk.
- Distance: About 2km return
- Time: 90 mins return PLUS browsing time
- Best time of the day: Any time
- Kid-safe: Yes with very close supervision, but not little ones
- Dogs on-leash: No
- Steps: some
- Accessible: No
- Heights: At the lookout heights are a big issue 🙂
- Must do rating out of 10: 9
ACCESS: Turn into Pierces Pass Road, at the large “Pierces Pass Picnic Area” sign. Park your car at the first carpark off the Bells Line of Road. Here: https://w3w.co/tutored.serviced.evens
BACKSTORY: The lookout was named in 1917 after James Tomas Wall (1870-1943). He was the President of the Blue Mountains Shire Council.
OTHER LOCAL THINGS TO DO: Keeping is easy, while you’re in the area check out Mount Wilson including the Cathedral of Ferns, the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens and of course Rigby Hill Lookout walk.