Future2 Blue Mountains Hiking Challenge

Sign up for this year’s Future2 Hiking Challenge to take on the famous Six Foot Track and raise funds to make a difference to young Australians in need.

You’ll meet your group in Darling Harbour (or Central Station) and head by bus to Katoomba to meet our guides, before another short bus ride to Jenolan Caves to explore some of the most outstanding cave systems in the world.

On the first day of the hike, you’ll cover 30-kilometres of challenging terrain as you discover the natural beauty and history of the Blue Mountains. You’ll end the day with a hot, hearty meal and comfortable, warm cabin accommodation at the Six Foot Track Eco Lodge at Cox’s River. Wake up early the next morning to a cooked breakfast before taking on the trails of the Megalong Valley with cascading waterfalls and wild rivers, before completing your hike at Katoomba and returning by coach to Darling Harbour on Tuesday evening.

Hikers taking on the Future2 Blue Mountains Hike will take on the challenge of raising $1,200 to directly support Future2’s Make the Difference Grant program.


Depart: Monday 19 November – meet at Darling Harbour / Central 6:30am

Return: Tuesday 20 November to Darling Harbour around 6:00pm


45 kms



I’M in! what happens next?

Step 1 – Contact us to register for the hike.

Step 2 – Create your own fundraising page using our dedicated EveryDay Hero Portal.

Step 3 – Tell your friends and family about the challenge you’ve set yourself and ask them to support you and Future2.

For more information on the hike please contact David Eck at the FPA.