Abseil in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park, with epic views and fun descents ranging from five to 55 metres. Learn to abseil on one of our half day Abseiling Adventures or step up to the more challenging Malaita Point or Castle Head.

This is your introduction to abseiling and will absolutely get your blood flowing. The morning or afternoon starts with a series of single pitch abseils from five up to 20 metres to test you out and get that confidence up before tackling the big one – a thrilling 35 metre descent. You’ll have stunning views over the Megalong Valley at Narrow Neck and can choose your session, either morning or afternoon. Your friendly, fun and professional guides have all the time in the world and won’t rush you to the next larger abseil until you’re completely comfortable and ready. We provide all the ropes, harnesses and helmets, all you need to bring is your camera and be ready to jump. Includes hotel transfers, harness, water and snacks. Learn to abseil in the Blue Mountains on a half or full day trip all while taking in stunning vistas of the Blue Mountains.  Or set your own pace and book a one-on-one tutorial. Test your skills and learn to abseil in Australia's most beautiful mountain ranges.


This is a classic Katoomba multi-pitched abseiling trip where you'll be challenged on small ledges and exhilarating abseils. Starting with a stunning view over Jamison Valley, you'll descend down Malaita Point for the most unique and unobstructed view of the iconic Three Sisters. With six abseils from 15 metres up to 40 metres in height, the trip concludes with either a comfy seat up on the Scenic Railway or save your dollars and climb the Furber Steps out of the Jamison Valley. Includes hotel transfers, harness, lunch, water and snacks.

CASTLE HEAD (Day trip)
Castle Head is a great trip for people who have abseiled before and want to get to a quieter part of the Blue Mountains. The views are on steroids – you’ll see up and down the Megalong and Jamison Valleys, Ruined Castle (a big stone formation) and Mount Solitary. The drive along Narrow Neck Plateau has incredible views with cliffs on both sides and on the half an hour walk out to Castle Head you’ll see back to Katoomba and the iconic Three Sisters. You can also check out Lake Burragorang, which feeds into the water catchment of the Warragamba Dam, Sydney’s water supply.

Our guides love this trip and there’s always a fight to see who leads this itinerary. Unlike other multi-pitch abseil trips in the mountains, Castle Head feels like a real journey of discovery. As you traverse the small rocky ridges and abseil your way down, there are six abseils, the biggest being 45 metres. The track isn’t as well worn as others in the area, so you can get a little disoriented with the dense bush that you’ll walk through, but the reward is finishing in a quieter and more remote area not frequented by other commercial groups or travellers, yet still so close to Katoomba. The walk out is via the Ruined Castle track and back up the Golden Stairs. Includes hotel transfers, harness, lunch, water and snacks.