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OK, time to start walking back down Bull Canyon, between a couple of boulders I take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationThumbnailsThe lines and textures in Bull Canyon change constantlyI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationThumbnailsThe lines and textures in Bull Canyon change constantlyI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationThumbnailsThe lines and textures in Bull Canyon change constantlyI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationThumbnailsThe lines and textures in Bull Canyon change constantlyI take an energy-bar break up on a rock pile overlooking the Bull Canyon dry waterfall, at about 3450 feet elevationThumbnailsThe lines and textures in Bull Canyon change constantly

I generally prefer loop hikes over up-and-back hikes, but the varied scenery should make this a good one in the reverse direction.