Canyoning in the Wollangambe Wilderness - 9 November 2008

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Party - Chuin Nee, John, Dave

The day before we had visited a nice canyon. On the Sunday we walked further out along our ridge and visited a more remote canyon.

Above - Looking down the canyon from the top of the first abseil

Above -  John on the first abseil

Above - Looking down the second abseil - its getting a bit narrower!

Above - John on the second abseil.

Above - Looking down the third abseil. It too was narrow. It looked like you could almost climb down the log - but that proved not to be the case. As I started abseiling and put my foot down to test it - the log crashed to the bottom - about 4 metres below.

Above - John on the third abseil

Above - canyon formation

Above - Looking down the fourth abseil - also narrow, but now very dark.

Above - John in the canyon

Above - John on the fourth abseil

Above - canyon formation

Above - canyon formation

The canyon then flowed into a major creek. We walked upstream to a pass we had used before on a previous trip.

Above - Chuin Nee negotiates some boulders

Above - creek detail

Above - creek detail

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