The obligatory stop at the lookout at the top of the pipeline track.
Walking along the ridge with the Capertee Valley below.
Looking down Petries Gully from the tops.
Looking at possible ways across the cliff tops with the Capertee Valley far below.
We discover a very convenient archway that provides a pass through the cliff line.
Aboriginal rock art on the way into the canyon.
Time for lunch.
The first abseil.
Abseil number 2.
Abseil number 3.
There's some fun down climbs.
A very squeezy abseil from a small chockstone.
Another abseil that gets steadily narrower as you descend.
Superbly narrow - it's very difficult to turn around.
Checking out the canyon system on our way out.
Striking rock features ring the catchment.
Large caves make our return easier and more interesting.
Our spectacular campsite on the tops.
A perfect happy hour location above Glen Davis in the Capertee Valley.
Next morning it's a little wet. It rained half the night.
Rich manages to get a breakfast fire going.
Descending into our first canyon of the day.
Abseil number 1.