If you are keen for some outdoor adventure and love the bush, then canyoning is for you.
Who Can Do It?Venturers , Rovers and Leaders
The Canyoning Team head off several times a year on a weekend away in the Blue Mountains and teaches people the skills and knowledge required for safe canyoning. And for those that are already Canvoners, the Canyoning Team also set aside a weekend for a more advanced Canyoning trip. All you have to do is come along!
When Can I do This?Late spring to early autumn depending on conditions. Day trips, Weekends.
Single Pitch Canyons - Activity must be under the control of a Canyon Guide or (where participants have a general Canyon Level 1 qualification) a Canyon Level 2.
Multi-Pitch Canyons - Activity must be under the control of a Canyon Guide.
The Canyoning Team is also more than happy to provide your Group with an Canyon Guide or two to attend your own Canyoning expedition if you do not hold appropriate qualifications.
The Canyoning Team can train people to levels:
Canyon Leve 3
Canyon Level 1
PrerequisitesVenturer age or older;
Hold a current Level 1 Abseil Qualification;
Ability to swim 50 metres fully clothed.
Canyon Level 2
Hold a current Level 2 Abseil Qualification;
E1 Forms for Workshops:-
Click here to Download - CNY18A E1 Canyon Course Mar 2018
or Contact Region Office firstname.lastname@example.org
Clck here to Download - Canyoner Gear List. (This is the gear all participants are required to bring).
Please note bookings close 2 weeks prior to workshop event.
Canyoning training cost $40 per participant. An equipment hire fee will apply to other canyoning activities where Region equipment is used.
HOW TO BOOK:-
1. Pick the workshop you wish to attend.
Who Can Help Me?
Chris Stanley 9498 5507