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Women's Juggler Canyon Adventure

  • Austraiian School of Mountaineering 166B Katoomba Street Katoomba, NSW, 2780 Australia (map)

Women's Juggler Canyoning Adventure
Saturday 10th June // $242.48pp (with fees & gst included)

Just because it's not summer, doesn't mean you can't be doing epic adventures! Canyoning in winter is just as fun, just not as wet! Join us on this awesome day out exploring the mountains.

The adventure kicks off with a warm up abseiling session before heading down some of the exciting drops in the canyon. The water is shallow, and can generally be avoided, making it the ideal winter canyon!

Meeting Place & Starting Time (8.45am) 

We meet at The Australian School of Mountaineering Office inside The Paddy Pallin Adventure Centre, 166 Katoomba Street Katoomba (two minute walk from Katoomba Rail Station). 

Equipment Requirements

All technical abseiling and canyoning equipment is provided by ASM. ASM will supply you with all the specialist gear you will require to participate in the canyoning tour, this equipment will include wetsuits, dry-bags, canyon packs, harnesses, helmets and ropes etc. If you have your own specialist equipment such as harnesses and wetsuits and wish to use them then feel free to bring it them along. 


Please bring or wear the following clothing; shorts, long pants, warm sweater or fleece jacket, T-shirt, sun hat, rain jacket. ASM can loan you some items of suitable canyoning clothing if you do not have it, however participants should try to supply their own. 


You should wear running shoes, joggers, sandshoes (shoes that can get wet) for these activities. A spare pair of dry shoes for the road trip home. ASM will loan you suitable canyoning footwear if you do not have it, however participants should try to supply their own. 

Other Useful Items

A small daypack, 2 litres of water, sun-cream, lightweight towel, camera (optional). 

Cameras & Canyon Photography

Blue Mountains Canyons are easily some of the most photogenic natural wonders on Earth, so naturally most people are very keen to take photographs when in the canyons. However a few important points are worth noting; Most canyons are VERY WET places and so special precautions are required when using camera equipment in the canyons. ASM supply participants with purpose made dry bags to help keep general equipment, clothing and food dry. These dry bags should not to be relied upon to keep your camera gear safe from water. 

While your guide will readily assist you to obtain those “once in a lifetime” shots, the guide is not responsible for the safety of your camera equipment. We recommend the following; disposable cameras in double plastic bags, waterproof disposable cameras (you can purchase these at the ASM Office), waterproof dive cameras (lightweight ones), conventional cameras in purpose made waterproof boxes or bags and a small hand towel to dry your hands before use. 


Sometimes prolonged wet weather may require postponing this trip but remember the weather in the mountains can be very different to that in Sydney. If you have any concerns about the day, feel free to ring our office on 4782 2014. 

General Information

· If you are travelling from Sydney to Katoomba, allow 2 hours by train or 1.5 hours by car. 

· A wholesome and plentiful lunch with snacks and drinks is supplied on all ASM Canyoning Activities

Don't miss your chance to join an all female class of like minded women, embracing the wild's call!



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