The Blue Mountains version of the Grand Canyon eschews the big views and wide vistas. Dropping into a narrow track, it follows a stream though a narrow track at the base of the cliffs. It's a still and quiet place, and truly magical to be there. It must have taken millennia for the water erosion to create the canyon, and the place feels like it: big ferns and ancient trees, like a mini Fangorn forest tucked away in this corner of the Blueys.
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