Castle Canyon

Summary
A steep approach leads to a deep, low flowing canyon with an impressive narrow slot in the lower section. SEE NOTES!
Canyon Descent:
200m
Highest Drop:
30m
Canyon Length:
575m
Minimum Ropes:
1X 60m + 1X 20m
Flood Risk:
High
Access Type:
Public
Rock Type:
Andesite
Catchment:
1.45km2

*No Water Level Indicator

*No Topo map available

Duration: in, down and out:
IN: - DOWN: - OUT: -
Anchors
Needs replacing!
Notes
All anchors in this canyon are very old and should be replaced. Only experienced teams should attempt a descent. Most drops can be down climbed in the upper section with the option to ghost if desired. Lower section is inescapable. Named after castle rock, a popular crag located to the side of the canyon.
Description
Approach by Car: - Approach by foot: - Canyon entry: - Canyon descent: - Exit: - Escapes: - First Decent: -
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Have You Descended This Canyon Recently?
If so we would love to hear from you in the comment section below! Let the whole community know more about this canyon, Information such as time taken to: approach, descend and exit are extremely helpful, as well as any new hazards you may have come across whilst canyoning at this location.  If any information on this page is missing, incorrect or out of date, please get in contact with us directly so we can rectify as soon as possible. 
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