Made it to the creek using the at times faint footpad.
The first bit looks good!
It's crutch deep!
A slippery down climb.
A slippery traverse.
How deep is the water?
It's not so deep!
Fallen cliff has created a large tunnel.
Abseiling the downclimb.
Morning tea on the run.
The last constriction of the upper section.
The creek flows down rock slabs above the main drop.
There's a group of 11 abseiling in front of us.
We overtake the large group by using the alternative anchor.
But not before I knock a small rock on them first.
The group lets us use their rope to pass.
Vivien tries some new technique.
Toni tries yet another technique.
Chris abseils over the chockstone.
On the abseil immortalised by Rick Jamieson's guide book.
The classic chockstone abseil.
The water level is a little lower than the guidebook photo.
A convenient log assists the down climb.
Submerged logs don't make for easy wading.
Toni sets up the next abseil.
Vivien is passed the hard part.
Toni does a backwards abseil all the way down.
Vivien admires the grandeur.