Blue Mountains adventuring (May/June 2018)

While we haven’t been doing a much walking as we usually do we have managed to knock off quick a few shorter walks around the mountains across May and June. A selection of photos from the various adventures below.

Bottleneck Pass – 26 May

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Tom above Bottleneck Pass (once we found it!)

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Hmm, this wasn’t what you described to me

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Closest we’ve come to canyoning in months

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Are you sure that’s a good idea?

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Well, that was a bit of an adventure

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No sign of the Pherosphaera fitzgeraldii?

Perrys Lookdown – Blue Gum Forest – Govetts Leap – 2 June

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Moody Mt Banks at the start of the walk

Popes Glen – Evans Lookout – Rodriguez Pass – Perrys Lookdown – 10 June

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Could almost be the Kimberley?? If only we added 20°C :)

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Fog rushed in at the end after what had been a lovely day (if cold)

Ross Cave – 11 June

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If you had to live in a cave it wouldn’t be a bad one

Hyde Park Reserve – 11 June

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Another almost Kimberley-esque spot

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Evening light

Browne’s Path – 23 June

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Heading off track

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Come on Tom you can get closer to the edge that that!

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Browne’s Path