Natural Attractions

Only attempt Jugglers Canyon if you’re physically fit and proficient with ropes and other canyoning equipment. Doing this 300m canyon in the Blackheath area of Blue Mountains National Park also requires a total walk of 3.5km to get in and out.

Located in the headwaters of the Grose Valley, Jugglers Canyon is cool and shaded. Warmer summer months are the best time to go, to reduce the risk of getting chilled when wet. If you’re careful, you can do this canyon without a swim, making Jugglers an option for cooler months as well.

It’s fairly easy to navigate to and from Jugglers Canyon. Start from Point Pilcher Road, which leads to Old Pilcher Point Road. After about 800m, follow the track to the right, down to a creek. Then follow arrow signs to a waterfall and a series of abseils to reach the start of…


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