Adventure is a Way of Life.
With more than 25 years of combined experience in adventure travel, outdoor recreation leadership, and mountaineering the team at Peak Potential Adventures are avid believers in their mantra: Adventure is a way of life.
By using well thought out itineraries, they have developed a diverse range of international and local treks, adventure packages and escapes, so whether you’re looking to discover just what is on offer in our own backyard in Australia, or keen to explore further afield, they have an adventure to suit your needs.
They provide training insights and support to ensure you are well prepared for their range of single day, day pack only adventure packages, right through to multi-day mountain climbs and treks.
No matter your fitness level, outdoor trekking experience, or age, at Peak Potential Adventures their mission is to provide a safe, supportive and positive experience that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.
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Let the team at Peak Potential Adventures take you on a professionally guided and fully supported two-day trek of the historic Six Foot Track in the Blue Mountains. This trek would be regarded as one of New South Wales most iconic overnight treks. The Six Foot Track is a 45-kilometre old horse and cart route that was built in the late 1800s to ferry supplies between Katoomba and Jenolan Caves.
Your overnight gear will be transported in the support vehicle, so you’ll only need to carry a day pack over the 45-kilometre journey. One of the highlights will be to stay overnight in the tranquil ecolodge which is nestled in bushland just back from the beautiful Cox’s River. Day two of the trek starts with a crossing of the famous Bowtells Swing Bridge as the team makes its way towards Magalong Valley.
Finish the trek at the historic Explorer’s Tree where Gregory Blaxland, William Lawson and William Charles Wentworth, the explorers who achieved the first known successful crossing of the Blue Mountains of New South Wales by European settlers, carved their initials in 1813.
Please visit the Peak Potential Adventures website for more information including price and trek dates.Public Toilet