Trek The Warrumbungles with Can Too to help raise much needed funds for cancer research.
- Raising vital funds for cancer research
- Undertake a multitude of walks that explore the Warrumbungle National Park’s iconic scenery and unique flora and fauna
- Enjoy stargazing and camping under the stars in Australia’s only Dark Sky National Park
- Delicious evening meals cooked by our wilderness guides
- Summits of Mt Bluff, Mt Exmouth, Lugh’s Throne and Belougery Split Rock
- Hike into the exquisite Pilliga Sandstone Caves
The name ‘Warrumbungle’ is a Gamilaroi word meaning crooked mountains. Created over millions of years from an extinct shield volcano, the jagged volcanic silhouette of the Warrumbungles rises sharply from eucalypt-dotted ridges amid surrounding plains.
Free from artificial light, the Warrumbungle National Park, is Australia’s first Dark Sky Park and on clear nights you will encounter the starriest of skies. This is the backdrop of our exclusive new adventure.
On this trip we take in all the Park has to offer including hikes to the summit of Mt Bluff, Mt Exmouth, Lugh’s Throne, Belougery Split Rock and famous Breadknife Gap which offer close up views of the park’s iconic rock formations.
Our trip concludes at the lesser-known Pilliga National Park where we undertake a stunning short walk on the Sandstone Cave walking track.
This trip is not to be missed. We hope you can join us.
For our full day bushwalking experiences, participants require a good level of fitness and must be willing and able to walk over rugged terrain with some steep ascents and descents.
In order to complete this walk you should already have a good level of fitness and ideally, undertake regular exercise three or fours times a week. Experience hill walking with a day pack is recommended. Participants will get the most out of their walk if they feel comfortable walking up and down stairs and on uneven ground.
On your day walks you will need to carry a daypack with your personal supplies for the day including water.