Category Archives: MSS

Blue Mountains canyoning – unfinished business

KINGS TABLELAND – 1 December 2019 Back in the winter of 2017,  Trish M, Steve R and I went searching for a way into this creek to see if there were any canyon sections.  We did find a way in, … Continue reading

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Type 3 Adventure – never, ever to be repeated

KINGS TABLELAND – 30 November 2019 Two and a half years ago, I’d done the exit of a published canyon with no problems at all – in fact a return to the canyon in the summer months was on my … Continue reading

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Some of us have still “Got It”

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 15 – 17 November 2019 Another weekend at Abercrombie trying to finalise some cave surveying and other information for the book that will be going to print in 12 month’s time.  We were lucky enough to have … Continue reading

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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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