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Barnhardt Canyon, AZ
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Payson, AZ
 
Canyoneering6.00 Miles   9 Hrs   15 Mns    0.65 mph
2,000 ft AEG   
3C IV
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ACA Rating: 3C IV
We had the day off from work, so ran up the Barnhardt & Sandy Saddle trails and dropped into upper Barnhardt Canyon. Last time it was icy and lightly flowing, but this time is had a moderate flow which made for a warm rocking day playing in the creek, pools, and waterfalls. :y: Loads and loads of rock hopping and down climbing were involved in exploring down this amAZing canyon, with a few rappels and slides along the way. :sweat: Only took my 3mm full this time and glad I did since the water wasn't that cold and we got a fair amount of sun... Too bad these canyons don't stay like this year-round. :roll: But that will give me something to look forward to next spring. :GB:
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Yea, canyoneering is an extreme sport... EXTREMELY dramatic!!! =p
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