|A sheep trail carved into the rock by
the Navajo Indians. Just above Klondike Bar, looking upstream past
Driftwood Canyon. Holes drilled in the rock held sticks which made
fence posts for a shubbery that was laid down so the sheep couldn't see
the drop beneath them.
|Just below the top of the sheep trail
|From just below the top looking down.
|Whimsical cairn at the top of the sheep
|From near the top of the sheep trail looking
across the river to the mouth of awesome Cathedral Canyon.
views from here
|Returning to Klondike Bar to boat across
the river to Cathedral Canyon.
Go to Cathedral
(just across the river)
Go up to Driftwood
Go down to a