Landslide Gully, immediately north-west of The Landslide, is a little known Pass up through the Narrow Neck Plateau cliffs.
The route includes a number of difficult scrambles and a waterfall crossing. The final ascent is a climb up a 7 metre high chimney.
There is no easy path around the obstacles. The sections between, however, are very straight forward.
There are terrific views across the Landslide and the Jamison Valley from various vantage points during the ascent.
Landslide Gully is a great adventure for bushwalkers but care is needed. It can be very dangerous. Dry weather only!
750 - 900 metres
Dog Face Gully
Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)