Lincoln’s Rock is one of the least visited yet most dramatic lookouts in the Blue Mountains. You can approach the unprotected edge for a vertigo-inducing view of the eucalypt forest below encircled by sandstone cliffs. This was previously called Flat Rock or Honeymoon Rock. The Geographic Names Board officially changed that in 2013. Its namesake is former local resident and mountaineer Lincoln Ross Hall. In 2007, he wrote the book “Dead Lucky” about his presumed death on Mt. Everest at 28,200 feet.