Are you up for a challenge? Want to test your mettle? This activity was listed at the top of "Wild" Magazine's bucket list adventures in Victoria for 2014.
This is a serious adventure that is not for the feint hearted. A true challenge both mentally and physically, this 300 metre Multi Pitch Abseiling Challenge down The North Wall of The Mount Buffalo Gorge is sure to test your gumption and stretch your limits. The first abseil pitch of this extraordinary adventure is a massive 160 metres. Then when you finally reach the base of The Gorge the real challenge starts; the climb out. A full day activity this adventure takes approximately six to eight hours.
Please contact Adventure Guides Australia for further information.
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Please contact Adventure Guides Australia or visit their website for further tour information.
Adventure Guides Australia has been providing premium quality adventures on Mount Buffalo in North East Victoria and throughout Australia for over 30 years. The team conduct educational, recreational and corporate adventures, with half day, full day and multi-day adventures available at a range of locations including Mount Buffalo National Park, Bright, Beechworth, Melbourne and surrounds.
Challenge yourself with an amazing abseiling adventure, from a ten metre decent for the young beginner through to a 300 metre multi pitch expedition from the North Wall of The Gorge in the Mount Buffalo National Park.
For those who like a challenge and a dash of added adventure, underground river caving is for you. Crawl through holes, climb up waterfalls and squirm your way through the spectacular granite boulder infill cave. If you are very lucky, you will see the ceiling of the caverns glow with the spectacular variety of glow worms which are endemic to the region.
With so many options available, Adventure Guides Australia is the right choice - from solo adventurers, couples, families, schools, community groups and corporate team building, Adventure Guides Australia have an activity for you.
For more information contact Adventure Guides Australia by telephone or visit the website.
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