The narrows. Slot canyons at their best. Our Almost Huemon crew checked this one out one
afternoon from the bottom up. Everything was cool until it started thundering and raining...
About 70% of the time you're hiking in water in the Narrows. This
photo has some rare Narrows vegetation (and dry spots). You do not
want to be trapped in here during the many flash floods. The sky
could look clear but rain up stream can quickly raise the water level to
a deadly state.
"We claim this "slot" in the name of Almost Huemon"
The course. It's something like a 1500 foot climb, the last 500 feet of which is shown here.
A very Huemon sign,
somewhere up on the hill.
Okay, Okay. So there's that element of danger involved.
Actually, quite a bit of it. But there's chains
in the rougher spots. Just don't look down.
The top half of this hike is not exactly a "groomed" trail. Actually, with all the
lawyers the US cranks out, we were amazed at the danger of it all.
A foot hold view from the top.
We proclaim Angels Landing hence be referred to as
"Almost Huemon Landing"
Thanks for checking our Huemon Hat pictures out.
Would you check our music too at CDBaby?
Thanks, you are way cool :-)
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