Hike Pigeon House Mountain Tour
The best short hike on the NSW South Coast. Be amazed by the history surrounding this great walk, the Aboriginal name for the mountain Didthol, meaning Big Mountain, later named by Captain Cook in 1770 as Pigeon House Hill for its shape, clearly seen from the ocean.
Enjoy comfortable hotel pickups, an amazing hike, lunch and a swim at the freshwater of the Clyde River. The hike itself is considered tough, but an extremely rewarding experience, the views from the summit to the west into magical wilderness regions of the Buddawangs show sandstone cliffs, gorges and escarpments. Views to the east show the amazing NSW coastline stretching as far as the eye can see.