Box Creek v4a2II*

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Full name: Alex Motyka
City: Sydney
State: New South Wales

Box Creek v4a2II*

Post by alex.motyka » 19 Dec 2022, 08:38

Height: 130m
Longest Drop: 25m
Rock: Granite
Rope: 2 x 60m
Area: Kanangra-Boyd National Park
Anchors: Bolts, Rock thread
Flash flood: Low
Length: 320m
Season: October - April
Car shuffle: No
Time: 4 - 6 hours
Wetsuits: Optional

Box Creek is a sequential series of granite slab waterfalls in the Kanangra Boyd National Park. It's one of the easiest Kanangra canyons and a great option if you want a gentler second day after tackling one the bigger Kanangra canyons.

Water levels can range from a trickle to a pumping cascade. High flow conditions increase the technical difficulty requiring advanced canyoning skills.

Video of the Box Creek in high water level:

GPX Route: ... f274dc74af via Gaia GPS

Approach Route Description
  • Start at the top, go to the bottom ;)
  • While P9 is 65 metre you can do it with a 60 metre by joining your ropes, extending out the anchor by 5 metres and going single rope. Leave the ropes in place and collect them on the way back up.
  • With the exception of the threaded anchors on P1 and P2, do not leave tape, rope etc attached to the anchors. All anchors have maillons and rap rings.
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