Category Archives: MSS

3 Bullets Dodged

BLUE MOUNTAINS NP – 12 February 2021 Haystack Ridge>Lower South Bowen> North Bowen exit. You think you’ve hit the jackpot when you “dodge a bullet” as they say in Australia (you know, when you just avoid a near disaster).  Imagine … Continue reading

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A wet Dalpura trip

BLUE MOUNTAINS NP – 30 January 2021 Alan C told me it rained all night on Friday night, I’d had 2 glasses of wine and some panadol, so I slept through the whole lot (in my car – no wet … Continue reading

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40 days and 40 nights – almost

BLUE MOUNTAINS NP – 29 January 2021 I had a great weekend planned, an off track adventure for Friday, then 2 days of canyoning with Rod S.  And then it started raining AGAIN.  By Thursday I was starting to be … Continue reading

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How not to drown in high-flow waterfalls

SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS – 16 – 17 & 23 January 2021 This started out as a simple weekend away abseiling Macquarie Pass and a new creek called The Cascades, but then it morphed into a SRT workshop on the Saturday and … Continue reading

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What happened to the Colliery?

BLUE MOUNTAINS – 9 & 10 January 2021 Our first day canyoning in Corkscrew wasn’t all that blog-worthy (apart from some nice pics) and our add on trip into a smaller canyon.  It was cold and wet! Koombanda was blog-worthy … Continue reading

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