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A Look Back at the Three Sisters

Another view of the famous Three Sisters.

Another view of the famous Three Sisters.

In amongst the blue-green mountain range of the Blue Mountains is a mystical yet beautiful enclave very much known to local and foreign tourists, the majestic Three Sisters. They are part of the Seven Sisters-Muggadah Dreaming.

The gateway to the frontage of the Three Sisters is the town of Katoomba, a bustling quirky town in the Blue Mountains. This town is one of the bustling suburbs of the Blue Mountains, which is visited by numerous tourists.

Padlocks attached to the fence of the viewing deck.

Padlocks attached to the fence of the viewing deck.

Three Sisters' closer view.

Three Sisters’ closer view.

Close-up view of one of the Three Sisters at Great Stairway in Echo Point.

Close-up view of one of the Three Sisters at Great Stairway in Echo Point.

While in Katoomba, the best place to observe the pristine beauty of sandstone-etched mountain trio is the Echo Point. In the vicinity of the Echo Point, is the entrance to the Great Stairway, a thousand steps of steep staircase that descent to the natural wonders beneath the grand limestone range of the Blue Mountains.

A view from afar of the Three sisters in Katoomba.

A view from afar of the Three sisters in Katoomba.

As picturesque as its surrounding, the Three Sisters, is not just a sight to behold but a natural wonder worth preserving and conserving.

The Budget Wanderers at the viewing deck of the  Three Sisters at Echo Point.

The Budget Wanderers at the viewing deck of the
Three Sisters at Echo Point.

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2 thoughts on “A Look Back at the Three Sisters

  1. It was worth looking back at! 🙂

    Posted by restlessjo | July 23, 2013, 6:31 AM

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