Outdoor Adventures Sydney and Blue Mountains

Abseiling & Canyoning
Blue Mountains

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Abseiling and Canyoning in the Blue Mountains

For all abseiling and canyoning tours please call our friends at High N Wild on (02) 4782 6224 or follow the links below

Abseiling in the Blue Mountains
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Blue Mountains, abseiling-Blue-Mountains The Mini Jump - 30 metres
9:00 am--12:30 pm
A brilliant day in its own right, the Mini-Jump is an ideal half day abseiling adventure in the Blue Mountains. Suitable for children from 10 years.
The abseiling starts with a beginner-friendly three metre high cliff. Your instructors are close at hand to encourage and explain the techniques. With your instructor explaining each step, you gradually continue to bigger cliffs, finishing on an exciting 30 metre high drop. The setting is beautiful bushland, making it both a scenic and exciting adventure!. View Details.
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The Super Jump - 60 metres
9:00 am--4.30 pm
18 storeys of overhanging rock make this abseil an exciting trip even for seasoned abseilers. After a morning of abseils up to 30 metres at our Mini-Jump site (see above), you tuck into a nutritious and tasty lunch. Then comes "the big one", an 18 storey overhang! The views are fantastic and the adrenaline will be pumping as you descend to the valley floor some 60 metres below. View Details.

   
Canyoning in the Blue Mountains
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Blue Mountains, canyoning-Blue-Mountains Empress Canyon
Grade: Moderate     9:15am - 4:30pm
A fantastic Abseiling/Canyoning combination in the Blue Mountains, one of the mountains best! The first half of the day is abseiling, starting with a three metre high block and building up to higher cliffs during the morning. After lunch, it's a scenic fifteen minute walk to the start of the canyon. You wade into the creek that descends into the narrow slot-like canyon and within a few seconds you are jumping into a rock pool, the first of several jumps and swims! This canyon is an exciting affair with water jumps, exhilarating swims, waterslides and fantastic scenery.The final abseil out of the canyon is one of the best waterfall abseils in the mountains - clip into the rope, step back and follow the 30 metre waterfall down to the deep rock pool below. This is not just a brilliant waterfall abseil but also a fantastic photo opportunity. View Details
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Grand Canyon
Grade: Easy   9:15am - 5.30pm
After enjoying the morning on our beginners abseil instruction site, you will start the canyon in the afternoon with a   walk through a rainforest gully. Your guide will explain the geology, plus flora and fauna of the area.
This canyon begins with a 15 metre abseil down to the canyon floor. It's a two hour walk, wade and swim as you follow the deep and spectacular canyon through caverns of amazing rock formations, fern-lined walls and narrow slots. The final plunge is a  30 metre swim to the canyon's end.The walk out is a steep 45 minutes but has a spectacular finish as you step out onto Evans Lookout for brilliant views over the Grose Valley. View Details