Spring in the Blue Mountains: waratahs, flannel flowers and other native flora blanket the plateaus and the weather begins to warm up, although the water in the canyons stays fresh into the summer months!
The canyoning season officially begins on the October long weekend, but if the weather allows we brave the icy waters in early spring – exact dates vary from year to year. Feel free to contact us to find out how things are looking this season. Intermediate canyons are a great way to break the ice.
Spring is one of the peak seasons for rock climbing in the Blue Mountains with cool, crisp weather and a whole range of cliffs to choose from.
This is your opportunity to try your hand at a multi-pitch abseiling adventure before the cliffs heat up through summer.
It’s tempting to take a quick dip in a waterhole on a spring hike, but don’t let the sun trick you: the water is still icy cold from the winter months. The valley traverses and sections of the Grand Clifftop Walk are great to explore at this time of year.