The map showed another set of narrows coming up soon.
In the narrows. There is a small falls here.
The falls wasn't high, but it was really slippery.
Rebecca figuring out a way down the slippery falls.
She took the fast way down. Sooz behind her did the same.
This is just past the little falls.
Great colors a shapes in this section.
Still hiking through the narrows.
This fossil was twenty up from the canyon floor. It's about a foot across, maybe a fern???
The only water we came upon in the canyon was this little pool.
Making our way through the tightest part of the canyon.
Sooz in the narrowest part of the narrows.
At the end of the narrows we found the Corridor.
The Corridor is almost a mile long with only slight bends in it.
This section must have been a quarter mile long.
We took a lunch break at the south end.
Hiking back through the long section.
This is the narrowest section.
Dried mud with rocks.
Heading to the north end.
At the north end there was this rock fall. We climbed up to see if we could continue on.
Climbing the rock fall.
Looking down from the north end of the Corridor.
Climbing back down. This was a dead end, have to find another way to continue on.
The right way was climbing up the side of the canyon. I wound up getting a hand full of stickers here and stayed behind while the others hiked on.
The group climbing back down after hiking the upper canyon.
Hiking out through the tight spot.
Soon we'll be coming up to the small slippery falls.
The falls may be small, but it took a little time getting everybody up.
Back in the open canyon near the end of the hike.
Back at camp for the last night.
Driving out the next morning through Hidden Valley, I tried to use the windshield washer and it iced up. Outside temp was ten degrees.
Driving through the joshua forest at Lee Flat. Great trip, it was fun hiking with folks I havn't seen for a while.