You get to visit marvellous and wild places, with steep and sculpted walls, resident glow-worms, spiralling waterfalls, and lush ferns. The first misconception is that all canyons are technical. Not so. There are some lovely canyons in the Blue Mountains that do not require ropes at all. In fact, canyoning did not evolve from climbing, but was invented by intrepid bushwalkers. They wanted to follow the mysterious twisting streamways to their conclusion, and hence came up with methods to safely negotiate drops, pools and waterfalls.
Your first descent into a canyon doesn't have to involve ropes. There are a variety of canyons that are walk-able to give you a taste of the downstream life before committing to abseiling. If this gets you keen for more, you can start building your confidence with single abseils and learning to set up anchors to abseil from, before advancing onto multiple abseils.
Past Canyoning Trips
Thu 2 6:00pm - Sun 12 Apr 2015 6:00pm
Sat 24 Jan 7:00am - Sun 1 Feb 2015 7:00pm
This trip has been cancelled.
Sat 27 Dec 2014 8:00am - Sat 3 Jan 2015 10:00pm
Wed 26 Nov 7:00am - Fri 5 Dec 2014 7:00pm
Thu 17 4:05pm - Tue 22 Apr 2014 12:05pm