Blue Mountains: Women's Intermediate Canyoning Adventure // 2nd February - $297
This Intermediate Canyoning Adventure, brought to you by She Went Wild and the Australian School of Mountaineering, is ideal for those that have never canyoned before but have outdoor experience, fitness and a keen sense of adventure.
It takes place in Serendipity Canyon, a beautiful canyon where you're likely to see some freshwater yabbies, birdlife, plants, cool fungi, and some amazing rock formations.
The canyon involves up to 4 short but exciting abseils, an optional water jump and some short swims.
This trip finishes on the Wollangambe River- a spectacular wide canyon deep in the wilderness beyond Mt Wilson.
If you are travelling from Sydney to Katoomba, allow 2 hours by train or 1.5 hours by car.
The Australian School of Mountaineering Office is inside The Paddy Pallin Adventure Centre:
166 Katoomba Street
It is a 2-minute walk from the train station.
Technical Grade: Medium
Fitness Grade: Medium
Uphill walking: 1.5 Hrs
Time: 7:30am - 4:00pm
Take a step up from your previous canyoning + abseiling adventures with this intermediate-level Serendipity Canyon and do it amongst a class of likeminded women!
Lunch - when you book, we will ask you for your dietary requirements
ASM's Nationally Qualified & Highly Experienced Guides
All technical abseiling and canyoning equipment is provided by ASM - 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.
Personal clothing - we'll send you an information sheet detailing specific clothing and dress requirements but don't worry, it won't be anything you don't already have! All specialist equipment will be provided by ASM.
Travel to and from location
Feel free to bring your camera but PLEASE NOTE most canyons are VERY WET places and so special precautions are required.
Though ASM supply participants with purposemade dry bags to help keep general equipment, clothing and food dry, they should not to be relied upon to keep your camera gear safe.
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.
If you have any concerns about the day, feel free to ring the ASM office on 4782 2014.
In the event of bad weather, we will aim to re-organise the event.
If you're unable to make the new date it we will offer you a full refund.
No refund on tickets on cancellations 7 days out from the event.
No refunds on no shows.