Juggler is a fantastic introduction to canyoning for those of you who have no canyoning or abseiling experience.
Use 4 fortnightly payments of $68.75 more
Juggler is action packed with five very different abseils, some interesting rock scrambles and stunning rainforest. The tour kicks off with a warm up abseiling session before heading down some of the exciting drops in the canyon. The water is shallow, and can generally be avoided, making it the ideal winter canyon!
The view into Grose Valley is spectacular and the short walk out via the historic Point Pilcher track is steep and takes just over 45 mins to the top.
Tours run any day on demand for groups of 3 or more people. Private tours are available at extra cost – contact Adrenaline 1300 791 793 to arrange.
WEATHER: Outdoor programs are weather dependent, it will be up to the trip leaders discretion to decide if the trip will be cancelled. When evaluating weather conditions our client’s safety is of the utmost importance. Remember the weather in the mountains can be very different to that in Sydney. The trip will go ahead unless you are notified.
TRANSPORT: The guides will be using a vehicle to transport equipment to the start of the trip. It may be possible for you to travel in that vehicle, otherwise you are welcome to take your own vehicle. Regular commuter trains run between Sydney and Katoomba - a journey of approximately two hours. For rail timetable information check out the City Rail website- http://www.cityrail.info and select Timetables – Blue Mountains – North Sydney to Lithgow – WE. Or call 131 500 and select option 3 for fare and timetable information
The trip was really good. The guide (Marty) was really good and knowledgeable about the local area we canyonned as well
Hi Guys I had a thoroughly enjoyable experience in Juggler Canyon last Saturday. Its been over 30 years since I last abseiled and your Guide Killian helped make it a memorable and safe day. Please pass on my regards to Killian, his professional conduct and attention to detail and safety were a credit to both him and your company. I would be happy to go canyoning with Killian again anytime. Regards Peter McCarthy