Mount Banks is a mountain pass at an elevation of 863m above the sea level located in New South Wales, Australia.
Located within the Explorers Range of the Blue Mountains Range, the road to the summit is gravel, pretty narrow and steep. It’s called Mount Banks Road. This track can get very muddy and slippery after rain making it challenging to get through. During and after a storm the road may be impassable, even with a four-wheel-drive vehicle.
The dirt track, within the Blue Mountains National Park, is 1.2 km long and ends in a picnic area approximately 1 kilometre to the top of Mount Banks, where there is a trigonometric station. Normal cars can use the track in dry conditions.