Three Sisters, Blue Mountains
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Three Sisters, Echo Point Lookout
When you picture the Blue Mountains, Three Sisters rock formation set against a backdrop of picture-perfect views across the valley is the first thing that comes to mind.

The Aboriginal legend behind the landmark is that the unusual rock formation represents three beautiful sisters who were turned to stone by a witch doctor to protect them from three young men and died before he could reverse the spell, leaving the sisters trapped eternally.

At 3,000 feet above sea level, the sisters stand tall surrounded by the blue hues of the majestic mountains and the valley that expands miles on end. Depending on your fitness level, you can also hike to the Three Sisters from Echo Point taking the Three Sisters Track and walking down the Giant Stairway until you reach the famous rocks.

The lookout is one of the must-visit attractions in the Blue Mountains. Not visiting the Three Sisters when visiting the Blue Mountains would be like not seeing the Taj Mahal on a trip to India.

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