From Travers we drop 1000m steeply to the Sabine River East Branch (bottom left of the picture). I was expecting to cross this river on a large standard issue DOC swing bridge, but actually it was a tiny wooden bridge over a narrow crack that was almost jumpable. Not that you’d want too, what it lacked in width it more than made up for in height. You could barely see it (hence no picture) but far below the river coursed through one of the deepest and narrowest gorges I’ve ever seen.
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