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  • n. Plural form of canyoner.

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Examples

  • Experience and equipment key to lost canyoners 'survival FOUR survivors of a canyoning expedition gone wrong in the NSW Hunter region have their experience and equipment to thank for their lives.

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  • Blue Mountains police said they were sick of rescuing bushwalkers and canyoners who did not take the proper precautions.

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  • Detective Inspector Michael Bostock said police rescue officers regularly had to search for missing bush walkers and canyoners in the Blue Mountains.

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  • Three experienced canyoners will face court after entering a restricted area of the Blue Mountains national park, police say.

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  • Three canyoners have been issued with court attendance notices for entering the Grand Canyon near Blackheath when it was closed for track maintenance on February 5.

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  • The canyoners - two boys aged 13 and 15, two women aged 25 and 27 and two men aged 25 and

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • A group of six canyoners missing in the NSW Blue Mountains has been located, but one of the party is dead, police say.

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  • A group of six canyoners missing in the NSW Blue Mountains has been located but one of the party is dead, police say.

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  • Canyoners found, one dead A GROUP of six canyoners missing in the NSW Blue Mountains, including two teenage boys, has been located, but one of the party is dead, according to police.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • A GROUP of six canyoners missing in the New South Wales Blue Mountains has been located, but one of the party is dead, police say.

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