Driving out the 4WD road from camp. Summer storms have washed out a lot of roads but the Tundra is a champ!
The view we woke up to on Wednesday morning didn't suck!
We started back out the Hole-In-The-Rock road, taking the side trip to Dry Fork trailhead to hike some canyons. From the parking, you drop into this little pocket of canyons that all come together.
First, we wandered down the Dry Fork Narrows.
The signs of a flash flood were apparent in this canyon, lots of drying mud and footprints along the canyon floor.
Here, a rock splashed in the drying mud and left quite an impression behind.
Dry Fork Narrows
Back into the main canyon, our next stop is Peek-a-Boo canyon. The mouth starts immediately with a dry fall, and rather than scramble up it we decide to hike around and approach it from the top.
Peek-a-Boo is super narrow! We scrambled down into two spots - the middle stretch was too skinny to squeeze through.
One of the small dry falls in Peekaboo - someone had left a branch to help the climb back out.
Swirls in Peek-a-boo canyon
Looking down into the narrows of Peek-A-Boo from above.
In the Peek-a-boo narrows.
After exploring peek-a-book we hoofed it cross-country to the head of Spooky Canyon. Along the way we found this dune to run down. Wheee!
David in Spooky
Found an arch in Spooky Canyon!
The head of Spooky Canyon
Sand dune by Spooky Canyon
Looking down on Spooky Canyon
The head of spooky canyon, the main canyon where all the slots met.