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This half day canyoning experience is the perfect relaxed adventure for beginners, families or those after a relaxed adventure in the wilderness. Journey through quartzite gorges, button grass and billy pines and if you're lucky spot a wandering wombat.
Your tour begins with a 20 minute walk along the picturesque Cradle Valley Boardwalk to the beginning of the canyon, through open gum forests and button grass plains. Once you have changed into your canyoning gear you will be briefed by the guides and walk into the canyon. Once in the river make your way downstream overcoming multiple small rapids and rock jumps by walking, swimming, jumping and sliding.
You will stop along the way at several points of natural and historical significance to learn how the valley was formed and how local entrepreneurs used the waterway to their advantage. This unique tour allows you to experience the beauty of the upper section of the Dove River and learn about the natural habitat as well get a taste of what canyoning is all about.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This tour runs with a maximum of 12 people
In the event of rain or inclement weather your experience will still go ahead unless contacted by the experience provider
Bring bathers or underwear to go underneath the provided wetsuit. Thermal underwear adds warmth. Also bring clothes and shoes for the 20 min walk to and from the canyon and a towel and drink bottle.
Please note this experience is seasonal and bookings are subject to availability between November and April each year.
This experience takes place in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania.