Trailmaze offers a variety of tours to cater for all levels of fitness. You can choose from one of the tours listed below or select one of many activities that is listed on this website. Trailmaze specialises in small groups, ranging from 4 people per guide. Choose your bushwalk, mountain bike ride or kayaking adventure
Once you’ve decided on what you’d like to do contact trailmaze on firstname.lastname@example.org to setup your tour.
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The prices below are per person for a full day adventure and include travel to the location and equipment hire such as mountain bikes or kayaks.
Bushwalks – $200
Mountain Bike Ride – $250
Kayaking Trip – $250
Tour 1 – Deep Pass
Getting to Deep Pass canyon requires a 40-50min 4WD trip. Once there Deep Pass is one of the most amazing bushwalks in the area. You’ll venture through a spectacular canyon using ropes to get through certain sections. This is a bushwalk for the more adventurous and requires a certain level of fitness and agility. There are water holes if your keen to go for a swim. After being blown away by the canyon we’ll finish the day by checking out the Glow Worm tunnel.
Tour 2 – Narrow Neck Mountain Bike Ride.
Narrow Neck is a 20km mountain bike ride in the Blue Mountains. This ride offers incredible views along the way. The mountain bike trail isn’t all that technical and would suit all levels of riders. There are some large hills you need to peddle up and be wary of coming down.
At the end of the Narrow Neck trail we’ll go for a short bushwalk down Tarros Ladders. How far we go will depend on how adventurous you are. That will make more sense once your there.
Tour 3 – Kangaroo Valley kayaking
If you enjoy kayaking you’re going to love this paddle in the Kangaroo Valley. We’ll paddle down Shoalhaven River and checkout the amazing gorges in this area. The reflection of the gorges off the mirror like water makes for the perfect photo opportunity. How far up Shoalhaven River we go will depend on your level of fitness. Though we don’t need to go that far before we enter the gorge.