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ABOUT: Devil’s Hole is a steep and rocky walk down through a gap in the rock face to the right of narrowneck. It provides great slot shots of trees and 100m high cliffs each side as you descend. The first part is through open bush but quickly turns into climbing down over some large rocks and fallen trees, so go only if you are fit & sturdy on your feet. Best views are underneath the trapped rock in the middle of the canyon like area.

PHOTO EQUIPMENT TO BRING: Travel light as this is a quite difficult walk down & back out. A single ultra wide lens is best and a small travel tripod. The light in the canyon-like slot is very low and bright streaming light coming in so bracket shots on the tripod.

GETTING TO THE SPOT/S: This is actually signposted with the official Blue Mountains brown signs, from Cliff Drive near to the google marker below.