The other, Grotto Canyon, is always of interest to locals. It's a popular short walk through a slot canyon past petroglyphs to rock and (in the winter) ice climbng areas.
Well, if you have been there before you won't really recognize the place. The trail has always been in the canyon, but the canyon hasn't always been filled with boulders, and in fact, it used to have a tree or two in it.
|Looking back from the entrance to the canyon at the flood damage|
|Inside the canyon|
|That never used to be there|
|I think they're called His and Hers|
|The first part of the slot|
|One bank. Karen for scale.|
|Trail? What trail?|
|A log jamb|
|The cave. The wall below it has eroded substantially|
|The thing that fell in the cave|
There are still bits of forest on small sections of the 10' tall creek banks that were not eroded. They hold illegal campsites. We found at least 2.
|A chair and firepit.|
|A campsite built for 20|