Start time 830 (leaving Camp site
Distance est 6-8 miles (or shorter if you turn around)
Elevation gain[masked] plus feet elev. gain
Last year's pic's
***** please note that I may change the date to Friday ***
Please note this hike has some scramble sections, some exposure, slippery sections,
(you can avoid this if you turn around at the second dry fall)
There is no real trail for this hike, the first part will be going up the canyon (wash) it will be like walking up a dry river bed.
The canyon has some nice narrows in the beginning
Before we reach the first dry fall we have ro work around , climb over a few boulders,
we hike to the bottom of the first dry fall, check it out and then we backtrack a little and find a use trail around the fall, easy to go up this trail,
we continue up the canyon all the way to the second dry fall
we back track a little and scramble up the side of the canyon on a use trail, a bit steeper, a bit more slippery , if you don't like it you can turn around and hike back the way we came in
the use trail will bypass the next dry fall, above the narrows, I may attempt to climb down, while we take a break, will see,
the trail continues and drops us back into the canyon , we follow a short distance and at the fork we turn right and after a short distance we hid dry fall number 4, kinda like a grotto on,
******This was the end point on prev. hikes, **** However I discovered a possible by pass on google earth.
*****We will check this out and see if we find it and can bypass the dryfall and push higher up into the canyon********.
our return trip down will be a diff route once we hit a junction (we will see the jct when we climb up from the second fall, we continue down this other narrow trail which will be steep and has some exposure, (not really bad) eventually this use trail will deposit us into the main canyon we will continue to hike out to the cars.
Every trail link from the hike last year