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  1. Christian Miller says:

    Finding where to drop down to the creek is difficult, there’s no obvious place and turning off at 630m altitude by GPS took us to way above the canyon start. There are 2 forks in the road before the 4 way intersection, turning right at the first will take you obviously away from the creek, so turn left then right at the next one.

    The canyon is nice once you’re in and there are a few more bolts than on the topo currently – TR anchors on R2 are very useful when the flow is high because the TL anchors are far out above the edge and looked slippery to get to. Didn’t do the R1 slide as it was hard to check with higher flow (looks good though), but there are anchors on the TR. It’s also a long walk out in the creek to get to the return track, definitely be prepared the trip could take longer than expected.

    • Date - 13/11/22
    • Water level - high
    • Anchor conditions - All in good condition
    • Group size - 2
    • Time: approach/descent/return (eg: 1hr/4hrs/3mins) - 2+hrs/~2hr30/30min

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