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New Activities in the Program Added Since 17-Oct-2020


Fri - 29-Jan-2021
5 H - Day Walk
Exploratory bushwalk or non-abseiling canyon
Depending on the weather, either a walk exploring the amazing country in the Wollemi/Gardens of Stone or a non-abseiling/swimming canyon walk will be offered. Put this date in your diary and watch Short Notice Walk announcements for exact details.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Wed - 20-Jan-2021
5 H - Day Walk
Exploratory bushwalk or non-abseiling canyon
Depending on the weather, either a walk exploring the amazing country in the Wollemi/Gardens of Stone or a non-abseiling/swimming canyon walk will be offered. Put this date in your diary and watch Short Notice Walk announcements for exact details.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Fri - 15-Jan-2021
5 H - Day Walk
Exploratory bushwalk or non-abseiling canyon
Depending on the weather, either a walk exploring the amazing country in the Wollemi/Gardens of Stone or a non-abseiling/swimming canyon walk will be offered. Put this date in your diary and watch Short Notice Walk announcements for exact details.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Sat - 09-Jan-2021
5 H - Day Walk
Newnes State Forest and Blue Mountains National Park: Cerberus Canyon, Cerberus Falls and Hair of the Dog Ravine
Half of this walk is in an unprotected area of Newnes SF; the other half is in the Blue Mountains NP. The straight boundary line, drawn by politicians, makes no sense when it comes to natural beauty. See it for yourself!Park the vehicles at the locked gate at the end of Waratah Ridge Road. Walk into and down the Hair of the Dog Ravine at GR 493 038. After exiting the ravine, make our way west to Cerberus Creek and its canyon. Go through the canyon, visiting Cerberus Falls and exit at about GR 472 038. Walk on the road back to the cars. About 10k.
Map: WollangambeAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Fri - 18-Dec-2020
5 H - Day Walk
Exploratory bushwalk or non-abseiling canyon
Depending on the weather, either a walk exploring the amazing country in the Wollemi/Gardens of Stone or a non-abseiling/swimming canyon walk will be offered. Put this date in your diary and watch Short Notice Walk announcements for exact details.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Fri - 11-Dec-2020
5 H - Day Walk
Exploratory bushwalk or non-abseiling canyon
Depending on the weather, either a walk exploring the amazing country in the Wollemi/Gardens of Stone or a non-abseiling/swimming canyon walk will be offered. Put this date in your diary and watch Short Notice Walk announcements for exact details.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Sat - 05-Dec-2020
5 H - Day Walk
Newnes State Forest: Devils Throat and the Cliffs of Camp Creek
Find out why this area, which is part of the Gardens of Stone region, must be protected for future generations.Park cars at GR 435 069 and drop down into Camp Creek. Follow it, inspecting overhangs along the way, then scramble above the amazing Devils Throat. Next, descend back into Camp Creek and head east into the gorge and visit the Devils Throat from the bottom. Depending on the time, return via a pass to the south or via East Creek. Scrambling and exposure. About 6km.
Map: Cullen BullenAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Thu - 03-Dec-2020
5 H - Day Walk
Exploratory bushwalk or non-abseiling canyon
Depending on the weather, either a walk exploring the amazing country in the Wollemi/Gardens of Stone or a non-abseiling/swimming canyon walk will be offered. Put this date in your diary and watch Short Notice Walk announcements for exact details.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 30-Oct-2020

Sat - 21-Nov-2020
5 HX - Creek
Valley of the Waters to Kedumba Pass via Jamison Creek
A summer wade, no wet suits or lilos just wet feet. Down from the Valley of the Waters to Prince Regents Glen and then trackless following Jamison Creek to Kedumba Pass. and up and out. Lovely creek,and views and some difficult terrain as we go down. A longish day
Map: JamisonAdded: 29-Oct-2020

Sun - 08-Nov-2020
4 MHX - Day Walk
Pisgah Rock-Erskine Creek Circuit
Monkey Ropes-Lincoln & Erskine Creeks-Dadder Cave-Ridge above Dadder Cave-Erskine Creek-Pisgah Rock.Classic challenging lower Blue Mountains walk. Beautiful rainforest, pristine streams, rockpools, stunning ridgetop gorge views.Cooling dip at beautiful Blands Pool. .Rock-hopping, rock scrambling. Some offtrack- exposure.Steep ascents/descents. Suitable for fit agile adventurous bushwalkersJoint activity Bush ClubDistance 10 km. Total ascents 500 metres
Map: PenrithAdded: 25-Oct-2020

Sat - 07-Nov-2020
3 M - Abseiling
Bowen Creek North Canyon - Mt Wilson
This is an exciting canyon at Mt Wilson. There are three abseils up to 15 metres . The lower canyon has excellent canyon formations. Wading and swimming is involved. Entry is via a beautiful rain forest gully and the exit is via a short rope assisted climb.
Map: Mt WilsonAdded: 26-Oct-2020

Sat - 07-Nov-2020
5 HX - Pack Walk
Wollemi National Park: Hefrons Hole and Beyond Full
A 3-day base camp walk. This walk is full.Private property access permission has been arranged.Day 1: Drive to the locked gate at GR 315 765. Take all our gear from the cars and walk to the cave where we will camp for two nights. With a day pack, climb Merrits Gap, GR 326 791, and then Murder Mountain, GR 330 792. Descend north east towards Growee River, if time allows. Return back to the base. About 6 km, depending on the terrain.Day 2: From our camp site, walk west and use Spring Log Pass to climb Spring Log Ridge. Follow it north as far the time allows, then descend east into Paradise Gully or Growee River and return to camp. Depending on the terrain, could be about 12 km. Day 3: Break camp, take our gear and walk 1.5 km back on Growee Trail to about GR 320 773. Leave our gear and take the water for the day. Walk west on a rough trail for about 500 m, then, at about GR 315 775, climb and explore the ridge running north, north west as far as GR 302 797. From here, descend into a canyon like gully to the north east and attempt to negotiate it all the way back south east towards the start of the walk, adjusting for the terrain as necessary. Depending on the terrain, could be about 10 km.Exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Map: Not SpecifiedAdded: 22-Oct-2020

Mon - 02-Nov-2020
3 MX - Day Walk
Asgard Head
We will explore the remains of the building infrastructure near Asgard Swamp before checking out the view over Victoria Falls from Asgard Head
Map: Mt WilsonAdded: 27-Oct-2020

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