and a Navajo sheep trail
|Mile 55.6 December 1962
At a camp near the mouth of Rock Creek we woke up to a freezing river.
|Sept 1962 A Navajo sheep
trail across the river from Rock Creek.
|Looking downstream from the top of the
sheep trail. This is the top of the four-mile fetch, the longest
straight stretch of canyon in Glen. When the wind blew stongly in
its direction, hand powered rafts were at its mercy and kayaks had difficulty
making headway in a head wind. That's Gunsight Butte in the far background.
|A wall in one of the small side canyons
along the left bank of the four-mile fetch. (This canyon
might be Katie Lee's "Little Dungeon." We found disagreements in
the names of these canyons as we researched them.)
Go up to Dungeon
Go down to Little