Conquering Pigeon House Mountain

It turned out to be a bit of a challenge but our 6 and 7 year olds lead the way to the top. A 3-4 hour round trip involves a steep climb from the car park, a flat stretch through thick scrub, then a second climb to the base of the mountain top. This is then negotiated via metal steps and ladders to the peak which reveals a fantastic view. A challenging climb rewarded by the spectacular views from the top, especially of the Castle, a flat plateau in the Budawang National Park.

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Categories: Australian Outback, Challenges, Journey Narrative, Location, National Park, New South Wales, Travel, Travel Adventure | Tags: , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Conquering Pigeon House Mountain

  1. Judy

    Well done, I’m 55 and still haven’t climb it!


  2. Toby bennett

    Hi Xavier i hope your having a good time. 3L really miss you. But no-one misses you more than me!!

    I love your blog their are lots of amazing pictures on there. I am looking forward to seeing your next post.
    From Toby


    • hi toby thanks for the message I’m really having fun and miss you all
      I took a video of a nice kangaroo. in the thermal pools there were 2 water dragons. One swam to the bottom when we arrived and stayed there while we swam above.
      keep in touch and i’ll send messages whenever I can
      from Xavier


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