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Crag & Route Beta

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Tips for Bluies rain protected areas
Wollemi
25/02/2013
10:27:12 AM
On 23/02/2013 Wollemi wrote:
>On 23/02/2013 wombly wrote:
>>this be paddling weather...
>
>'The rapids in Norton's Basin Gorge aren't numerous but have large waves
>and stoppers when the river is up. The last rapid can be dangerous in these
>conditions.'
>
>http://www.paddlensw.org.au/node/3465
>
>How high is 'up'? What grade - 2+ ?

Very late Sunday arvo, paddled a playboat 7.5km from Bents Basin to Blaxland's Crossing at Wallacia before running back to car. Worthwhile. Once.
Unremarkable, actually after first 300m of dodging stout Casuarinas - but certainly not for beginners. One would have would have an absence of control were you be on a lilo - and be cold. Was probably moving at about 2m/sec without paddling at times. River grade at that level is 1.

River was at 3.36m, peaking at about 3.5m a few hours later. Minor flooding is considered 5m. Normal flow is considered to be >0.2m.
http://www.bom.gov.au/fwo/IDN60233/IDN60233.067093.plt.shtml

So...
did anyone climb at 'rain protected areas' in the Blueys on the weekend?

wombly
25/02/2013
11:21:27 AM
Nope, but I did get in a boat...
mattbrooks
8/03/2013
12:20:26 PM
Yep, Sublime was good to go!
Mr Poopypants
8/03/2013
4:15:00 PM
Faulconbridge lookout to the bridge is fun when it is up.

G.

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