See a whole new side to the Blue Mountains and maybe a new side to yourself with this fantastic day of Abseiling and Canyoning. Includes lunch!
Welcome to the amazing world of canyoning in the Blue Mountains! Canyoning is the perfect summer adventure and often involves a variety of activities including swimming, wading, jumping into pools ('waterjumps'), abseiling through waterfalls, bushwalking and scrambling over rocks and boulders.
A fantastic abseiling and canyon day for beginners. Learn the fundamentals of abseiling in the morning – you will be amazed as you progress from 2m abseils through to 25m abseils. After a picturesque picnic lunch the real fun begins! Put your newly acquired skills to use in the extremely beautiful and exciting canyon. Scrambling, wading, swimming and jumping into pristine water whilst surrounded by spectacular scenery – if you haven’t been canyoning before you won’t have seen anything like it.
No previous experience is required. Backpacks, dry bags, abseiling equipment, lunch, NPWS entry fee and full length wetsuits are included for all canyons. Depending on conditions and National Parks restrictions you will experience either Empress Falls, Grand Canyon or another canyon.
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WEATHER: Our activities will normally operate in all but exceptional weather conditions. Rain, wind, cold and fog do not prevent us conducting our tours. Unless you hear from us, assume your tour is going ahead. We will make every effort to inform you if cancelling your scheduled tour is necessary.
TRANSPORT: The guides will be using a vehicle to transport equipment to the start of the trip. It may be possible for you to travel in that vehicle, otherwise you are welcome to take your own vehicle. You can travel to Katoomba via: · Trains from Sydney Central Station which run regularly (allow 2 hours travel time). If you wish to drive from Sydney take the M4 and follow the signs to Katoomba (allow 1 ¾ hours travel time)
AVAILABILITY: Wet Canyons like Empress Falls operate from October - April, although dry canyon tours are offered all year round.