Joined: 11 Aug 2002
Posts: 457 | TRs
|Seems I end up going to keekwulee falls on average about once a year. A quick trip up a beautiful valley. I still haven't made it to the next falls by going directly upstream from keekwulee, the water's too high for comfort right now.
As usual, there was a WTA crew working. A large one, spread out the entire distance from the trailhead to the waterslides. There are no more mudholes on the trail, the muddy stretches now have causeways and they've filled all the little holes with gravel. They were even doing work a fair ways off the trail, presumably for drainage reasons.
Anyone know how they got the enormous bridge in at the waterslides without power tools?