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  1. James Scoltock says:

    R5 and R6 are very manky. R5 tree anchor gone, fallen into canyon. Bolts at R6 are all good, tightened them, and replaced webbing. Lots of trees are falling into canyon, not safe at all really. R5 we had to abseil of a tree on TR. Lots of loose timber in the flow. It’s definitely not a super safe canyon at the moment.

    My greatest concern is the active slip marked on topo. At the moment, it is extremely active and incredibly dangerous. We sat there and watched rocks 1m round fall out of the hill side into the middle of the canyon. Not joking.

    • Date -10 Feb 2024
    • Water level -normal
    • Anchor conditions -next group needs to do repair/replacement
    • Group size -
    • Time: approach/descent/return (eg: 1hr/4hrs/3mins) -
  2. Oli Polson says:

    Second Descent by Oli Polson and Ross Sprung; Cool trip! Blue markers stopped at 860m right when steep narrow spur started, don’t follow the orange ones, they mark horizontal bait/trapping lines… just follow spur as per topo. Very recently active rock fall at the top of R8 on the TL lots of rock debris present, and obviously still very loose. Be careful! Well worth the effort!!

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