Category Archives: Bushwalking

The “We’ll Just” Paradox

NEWNES VALLLEY – 10 April 2022 I’ve come to the conclusion, that any statement (made by me or any one else for that matter), that refers to a trip or route, like “we’ll just go up that pass and over … Continue reading

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The “almost” Canyon

BLUE MOUNTAINS – 20 February 2022 I’d been on this small tourist walk about 10 years ago , and had put it in the memory bank as a “must go further down this creek, to see if it turns into … Continue reading

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Who would have thought a Michael Keats canyon would be so good

NEWNES PLATEAU – 19 February 2022 Six weeks ago, Trish, Kathy, John and I had attempted Henry’s Canyon and had been thwarted by high water and a corkscrew drop that looked like almost certain death (well not quite but decidedly … Continue reading

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More Unfinished Business done and dusted

MOUNT WILSON – 18 February 2022 Three days canyoning will have to be split into three different posts – binge readers be warned!  I headed up to Mount Wilson, the plan being to knock over three trips, all of which … Continue reading

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Leech Creek

WATAGAN MOUNTAINS – 12 February 2022 Our big adventure at Bungonia NP was called off due to too much rainfall down that way.  It had been raining a bit here on the Central Coast – in fact all over the … Continue reading

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