In autumn the weather changes quickly, with chilly mornings and warm days. The water in the canyons cools quickly and our adventures move towards the dry cliffs.


Rock Climbing
Rock climbing is one of the most popular recreational activities in the Blue Mountains and autumn is one of the peak seasons. Cool, crisp weather and a whole range of routes to choose from make climbing a great way to experience the Blue Mountains at this time of year.


Half day, full day, introductory and intermediate abseiling adventures are all very popular in autumn. And if you can’t decide, you can also combine abseiling and climbing in a single day to try your hand at a little bit of both activities.


Early autumn is your last chance to explore the summer canyons before the season winds up and we move to our winter canyons. The end of the summer canyon season varies from year to year depending on the weather, feel free to contact us to find out how things are looking this season.


Hiking in autumn is fantastic. The vast array of trails across the Blue Mountains means we’re able to chase the sun or shade, hide from the wind, and even shelter (intermittently!) from the rain. Let us suggest the best hikes for you based on your interests, experience, abilities and the weather.