Cock Rock Searcher
Joined: 29 Jan 2007
Posts: 2834 | TRs
|Yep, I'm still way behind on getting these TRs out but...better late than never, eh?
Last spring just as everything was starting to shut down / go to hell-in-a-handbasket, I joined as a co-leader of a Canyoneer hike up Cool Canyon. Like many of the Canyoneer hikes, it drew a big crowd (this season the public hikes are on hiatus for obvious reasons). We met @ the start of the rd into the canyon, then caravaned to the trailhead one mile further.
Gathering @ the start of the rd.:
Big crowd, & the last
Heading up the canyon:
Going up dry falls is more difficult for some ppl than others:
We hiked as far as a prominent split in the canyon, though one could go much further. As always the hike had a set mileage & time limit, so we snacked here & then headed back down.
More plant photos:
Restaurants were still open:
Home is where the hiking is.
"Peaks that have come and gone four times should halt a man in his steps." -- William O. Douglas
A balanced diet is a margarita in each hand.