High And Wild: Blue Mountains Adventures

  • Sat Sep 26 - Sun Oct 11 2020
  • Kids
    Teens
    Family
  • From: $105.00

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Experience Australia's best canyoning, abseiling, rock climbing and bush survival courses with High and Wild this Spring holidays!

As a leading Blue Mountains adventure tour provider, High and Wild runs daily adventures for all levels of ability an all equipment and lunch is included!

Here are our top picks for a family adventure!

Half Day Abseiling Tour: 

High and Wild's spectacular half  day abseiling tour is simply the best action packed half day adventure you can have in the Blue Mountains.

You will start with a smallish 5 metre abseil. If you have abseiled before this abseil gets you back in the swing of things. If you have never abseiled before it teaches you the technique of abseiling.

From here you will head straight on to 15 metre abseils which you can do a couple of times.

Then with your instructor explaining each step, you progress through to the 30 metre adrenaline pumping overhanging abseil.

Where:     Blue Mountains National Park 
When:      Spring school holidays
Age:          8 years +
Cost:       $150 for adults and $95 for children

For more information, visit the website.

Empress Canyon (Full day tour):

The first half of the day is abseiling, starting with a 5-metre-high cliff and building up to 30-metre-high cliffs during the morning.

After enjoying a famous lunch, it’s a scenic 20-minute walk to the start of the canyon. Wade into the creek that descends the narrow, slot-like canyon and within a few seconds you are jumping into a rock pool, the first of several jumps and swims. This canyon is an exciting affair with water jumps, exhilarating swims, water slides and fantastic scenery.

The final descent out of the canyon is one of the best waterfall abseils in the mountains. Clip into the rope, step back and follow the 30-metre waterfall down to the deep rock pool below. This is not just a brilliant waterfall abseil but also a fantastic photo opportunity.

Where:    Blue Mountains National Park
When:     Spring school holidays
Age:        14 years +
Cost:       $260

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