View the Three Sisters from a range of viewpoints on a visit to the Blue Mountains.

The Three Sisters are an iconic rock formation located in the Blue Mountains. They are three towering pillars made of sandstone that formed over many years. Today, many people visit the iconic Three Sisters as one of the highlights of the Blue Mountains.

Whether you want to view the landmark from a simple lookout, take on a hiking challenge, or try a unique experience, there are a few cool ways to view this landmark.

1. View the Three Sisters from Echo Point Lookout

Echo Point Lookout is one of the most popular lookout points in the Blue Mountains. That’s because of the unparalleled view it offers of the iconic Three Sisters. The lookout point sits at the edge of a towering cliff, perfect for viewing not only the Three Sisters but also the Jamison Valley down below.

If you’re feeling like taking a short stroll, you can take the Three Sisters Walk, which is a short walk full of spectacular views.

2. Hike the Giant Stairway to get up close to the Three Sisters

Giant Stairway Blue Mountains

If you want to get even closer to the Three Sisters, you can take on the Giant Stairway. This walk requires a moderate level of fitness due to the nearly 1,000 stairs. However, if you end up taking on the challenge, this hike is definitely worth it. Once you get to the end of the stairway, you’ll end up at Honeymoon Bridge, which is connected to the first of the Three Sisters.

3. Glide above the Three Sisters on a panoramic skyway ride

Scenic Cableway Blue Mountains

One of the more unique ways to view the Three Sisters landmark is via the Scenic Skyway at Scenic World. The large skyway is suspended 270 metres above the depths of the Blue Mountains. On a Scenic Skyway ride, you will find panoramic views of the expansive, lush Blue Mountains. There is even a glass floor so that you truly have zero obstructed views!

If the thrill of the Scenic Skyway sounds exciting, you can also try Scenic World’s Scenic Cableway and Scenic Railway. The cableway is another way to admire the scenery of the Blue Mountains from up above. Meanwhile, the railway is a great way to view the Blue Mountains from below. Keep in mind this isn’t just any ordinary train journey. It is actually the steepest passenger railway in the world!

If you are ready to explore the Blue Mountains and see the Three Sisters, join one of our best-selling tours! Our Blue Mountains Day Tour takes you on a whirlwind day of animal encounters and sightseeing on a return trip from Sydney. Alternatively, our Blue Mountains All Inclusive Tour includes animal encounters and a visit to Scenic World where you can enjoy all the rides.

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