Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tiger Snake Canyon

We visited this canyon on a wet day. Despite the continual rain – we had a great time. The canyon was very beautiful – and some water was flowing! Here are a few photos from the day –

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Canyons Near Deep Pass

Last weekend I was in a big group that camped at Deep Pass Clearing in Wollemi National Park. The purpose of the gathering was to celebrate the birthdays of James and Sarah. During both days, many in the group visited … Continue reading

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Dead Tree Canyon

Dead Tree Canyon lies in the Wollangambe Wilderness. It is a tributary of the South Branch of Bungleboori Creek. It was first descended by Bob Sault and Ian Wilson of SUBW in early 1982. After being in the party that … Continue reading

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Greenway Update

Despite a massive petition being presented in Parliament, the Minister has failed to act to reinstate the Greenway – walking and cycling track. This is very disappointing. You can read the minister for transport’s answer to a question here. If … Continue reading

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Dargans Creek and the Dam Cliffs – Access Changes?

Dargans Creek Canyon is a nice outing, and can be combined with some climbing at the Dam Cliffs Climbing Area. Access to both these places is currently via a railway access road. The managers of the land – the Crown … Continue reading

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The 2012 Festival of Canyons

The Festival of Canyons is an event organised yearly by the UTSOAC to promote canyoning and to allow members of university clubs to get to know each other. This year is was held at Mt Wilson. A lot of people … Continue reading

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Splendour Rock Bushwalk

Thanks to Helen from SUBW who organised this very nice walk. Summer is a bit hot for bushwalking in the Blue Mountains and better suited to canyoning. But with so much water in the creeks, I thought a bush walk … Continue reading

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