Category Archives: MSS

Lights, Camera, Action!

EAT, SLEEP, CAVE, REPEAT Extremely rare footage of M!  As most of you know, apart from being extremely camera shy, I’m also a member of Metropolitan Speleological Society (MSS) – amongst other clubs!  One of our members, Alan Green, and … Continue reading

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Abseiling the Shark Hole

CATHERINE HILL BAY – 10 November 2019 Years ago, we’d talked about abseiling into the slot at the Shark Hole, but we never got around to it, possibly because we figured you’d have to prussik out of it, or, I … Continue reading

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What else can go wrong? Plans A – G

WOLLEMI NATIONAL PARK – 26 – 30 October 2019 This was to be my epic Rambo Creek Expedition …  if nothing else, this trip proved the value in continually reassessing the situation, being flexible and on-the-spot quick thinking.  But sometimes … Continue reading

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Bull Ant – another canyon off the wish list

WOLLEMI NP – 29 October 2019 I’d seen lots of photos of Bull Ant but had been put off by photos of an exposed looking climb (we all know I’m not fond of climbs), but John G reassured me with … Continue reading

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Sharing the Love

BLAXLAND – 19 October 2019 As Kenneth Grahame said in The Wind in the Willows “believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about” well,  it was “in … Continue reading

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