You might notice a trail here and there that looks like a good way down to the main trail; but don't go yet, there's so much more to see!
|The Bear (Not a buffalo or mammoth, it's a Bear)|
There will be areas of the trail where you'll walk heel-toe on narrow sections, or walk between the walls and huge boulders. Just look at it as an adventure and enjoy!
Remember, fear is the mind killer; don't let uncertainty stagnant your life.
|The stones are loose, but you can get through this narrow opening.|
|Rocks fell to create an "arch"|
Just a few more photos of rock art, a sharing of plant & wildlife; a view from the end of the trail and then we took the easy way up down. If you take the easy trail upwards first, what I have shown you here will be in reverse, and you will end this wondrous journey at the Pillar. Remember, these walls are full of stories from an ancient people that have come and gone. Don't touch, don't deface, just admire and move along.
|Roy showing how large the prickly pear cacti were.|
|Claret Cup Cactus|
|The Three Graces (or as someone else named them, but I cannot find and official name listed anywhere.|
|End of the trail along the walls|