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YARRANGOBILLY KARST AREA – 7 – 14 September 2018
As far as caving areas in NSW is concerned Yarrangobilly (Yagby) has to be one of the best there is for both sporty caving and good formations.  David S agreed to lead some trips for MSS so we locked in the dates and applied for permits – my only concern was “do I really want to do the Hughies Dig squeeze again?”
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Jeff & John – my heroes!

GLEN DAVIS CANYONING – 18 & 19 August 2018
By now you’ve (possibly) read about the wonderful Friday canyoning on Newnes Plateau.  Well … here’s how the rest of my weekend went! Continue reading

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M***m canyon – a little gem

NEWNES PLATEAU – 17 August 2018
2½ years ago, when canyoning with Aine and Colin G, they mentioned that there was a canyon called M***m “in this area”.  My first expedition to find it after pouring over topo maps gave me hope (it looked like a canyon) so we did the second expedition to do what I thought was M***m but it was a dismal failure, I wasn’t even in the right area although we didn’t know it at the time.
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The Bloody Bunglebori

BUNGLEBORI CREEK – Waratah Ridge > Bunglebori & Return – 10 – 12 August 2018
For those bushwalking friends of mine who came up with a good excuse for NOT walking with me this weekend – consider yourselves having dodged a bullet! Continue reading

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What? Another Mogo Walk?

MOGO CREEK AREA – 21 & 22 July 2018
Mogo Creek Trail > unnamed ridge > Boree Trail > Frying Pan Rock > unnamed ridge >  Mogo Creek Trail
I know, three walks to Mogo in the space of a month is verging on the ridiculous, BUT, it’s virtually in my back yard!  Trish M was keen to get back out in the bush after a few weeks off, so we decided to cross another trip off my wish list.  I complicated it slightly by asking Trish to drive up to Boree Trail on Friday to do a water cache, what I thought would be 1.5 hours each way turned out to be a 5 hour round trip (probably should have looked at the route on whereis.com!). Continue reading

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