day hike south fork of deaf smith canyon - October 8, 2016

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Deaf Smith Canyon,just south of Little Cottonwood and Ferguson Canyon, is a beautiful canyon with a year around running stream that has little foot traffic especially the South Fork. The reason for the few hikers is all the NO TRESPASSING signs posted at the mouth of the canyon. By going off trail and entering the canyon above the private property, the no trespassing signs can be circumvented. The South Fork, in nearly pristine condition, is a short NTD hike along a winding, over grown path. We should be back to the vehicles by noon. Limited to 10 hikers. E-mail trip organizer, Bruce Christenson, to sign up for hike and get time and meeting place.

Route:Out & Back
Organizer:Bruce Christenson
Date:Sat Oct 8 2016
Meeting Place:Registration required

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