For fit and experienced climbers only, Butterbox Canyon near Leura is a challenging technical route. Come ready for lots of abseiling, unavoidable swims, and an exposed rock climb to make your exit.
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Guides are recommended for Claustral Canyon, a technical canyon that requires a high level of fitness and experience. To complete it you’ll need to do abseils, swims and a long walk to get in and out.
Only fit canyoners should tackle Jugglers Canyon, near Medlow Bath and Grand Canyon. It’s a short route but to complete it you’ll need to do wading, scrambles and 4 abseils, including a 20m abseil from a rock overhang.
North Bowens Creek Canyon, near Mount Wilson in Blue Mountains National Park, should only be attempted with a guide. With down-climbs, swims and abseils, it’s for fit and experienced canyoners only.
Only fit, experienced canyoners should try Serendipity Canyon, near Mount Wilson in Blue Mountains National Park. With abseils and short swims, it’s a technical canyon that should be done with a guide.
Setting out from Evans lookout near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains, be met with a series of waterfalls, creeks and spectacular views along the challenging Grand Canyon track.
Join the Blue Mountains Adventure Company for 2 action-packed days in stunning wilderness surrounds. Explore cliffs and canyons by rope on your first day, and cycle scenic wilderness trails the next.