intermediate canyoning

 

Serendipity Canyon

Serendipity is one of the most delightful of canyons, and is suitable for those with little abseil or canyon experience. Serendipity offers four wet abseils and a heart in your throat waterjump. Although the abseils are not long, they offer passage to the deeper sections of the canyon, the hemmed in nature of the walls and water throughout the abseil sections add to their appeal. Beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife – especially yabbies – also enhance the experience of this canyon. Lunch is enjoyed on a sunny rock platform at the junction of Serendipity and the Wollangambe River. We can exit here or if time permits we can proceed upstream to the Wollangambe exit. The walk out takes about 1 ¼ hours and is steep in places.

 $270 per person incl GST. Private group departures available.

 

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North Bowens Canyon (a.k.a. Secret Gobsmacker)

A canyon off the beaten track, North Bowens is a full day out in the Mt Wilson area – famous for its many creeks and canyons. The canyon section of North Bowens is preceded by a magnificent trek down a steep rainforest gully into a stunning walled-in creek. The canyon itself involves some constricted swims between narrow sandstone walls, rock scrambling, and some interesting abseils. There are also some water jumps and lots of canyon wildlife. Relax on a sunny rock before the adventurous walk out – with short scrambles and climbs, and great views. A bit over an hour of walking – much of it along easy but consistently up hill trails – sees us back at the car for the drive home.

 $270 per person incl GST. Private group departures available.

 

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Yileen Canyon

A spectacular example of why Blue Mountains canyons are so famous! With absolutely magnificent moss lined canyon walls, short swims, rock scrambling and up to 4 abseils. The abseils get bigger as you descend through the canyon until fantastic views over the Grose valley and the Blue Gum forest greet you at the top of a 60 metre abseil at the end of the canyon. “It’s better if Yileen out!”. This is a stunning canyon with awesome abseils and great views. A moderate walk up Pierces Pass completes the trip.

 $270 per person incl GST. Private group departures available.

 

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Tigersnake Canyon

Tigersnake canyon is a “dry” canyon but don’t let that steer you away – it has all the attributes that are desired in a canyon, yet without swimming. We head here in winter, abseiling and scrambling through tight constrictions and through dark places. Tigersnake has 4 abseils within the canyon, all unique and challenging in different ways, the highlight being a 27m free hanging abseil down into the dark between the narrow canyon walls. Fantastic views over wilderness valleys and good chances of seeing kangaroos and wallabies on the drive in make this a great experience of some of the best areas that the Blue Mountains has to offer.

 $270 per person incl GST. Private group departures available.

 

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Juggler Canyon - 3/4 day

Juggler is an action packed 3/4 day with five very different abseils, interesting rock scrambles and stunning rainforest between steep canyon walls. The water is shallow, and can generally be avoided, making it the ideal winter canyon! The view into Grose Valley is spectacular and the short walk out via the historic Point Pilcher track is steep and takes just over 45minutes to the top.

 $230 per person incl GST. Private group departures available.

 

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Lots more

Ever heard of Pipeline Canyon? Want to know what’s involved in Heart Attack? Does the name Dione Dell sound weird, but you’re still intrigued? Keen to explore Bell, Surefire, Galah, Banks, or Davies? We go to many more places that aren’t listed here. If you are looking for something specific just ask! Chances are that we are heading there soon.

 

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