Of course, we had hardly hiked at all before we hit the first (of at least 26) stream crossings.
The canyon was beautiful though.
The morning started out very cold - with just a dusting of snow from the night before.
Since it was Veteran's Day, we each had a little flag to carry (and some of us wore red, white, and blue, too).
As usual, I was the slow one on all the streams.
Breaking for lunch at the end of the trail. To go further, you would need to wade through the water.
Help! Don't leave without me! :-)
While I absolutely hated all the stream crossings (and got a wet foot towards the end), this was a beautiful hike. Anyone with balance or who doesn't mind getting wet feet would love it.
|Distance Round Trip||8 miles|
|Trailhead Elevation||5280 feet|
|Elevation Gain||200 feet|
|Avg Time Round Trip||4 hours|