On a recent trip to the Blue Mountains (west of Sydney, Australia), I went on a canyoning exploration with two friends.


We went to a place called Dry Canyon. I had not been canyoning before so we decided we would take it easy even though my companions were experienced canyoners.

We travelled through bush land to the entrance.


As we went further into the canyon it became more and more like a cave, with just shafts of sunlight shining down through the narrow gaps at the top of the arching walls.

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At the other end of the canyon we quite suddenly exited onto the Blue Mountains escarpment, looking out from high over the valley below. I am sensitive to heights so I sat down to take in the huge view, whilst my companions climbed a nearby rock to heigthten their experience.


We travelled through a new part of the canyon on our way back. Some large trees had managed to grow upwards from the canyon floor to the open sunlight.

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At the other end of the track we were reunited with Dan’s classic 1982 Landcruiser Troopcarrier. Nick, Pete and Dan looking pretty pleased with ourselves.




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