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Time to pass through the Bull Canyon narrows again on the way back down Up above me in the rock wall at my left is a protruding rock structureThumbnailsAt the end of the Bull Canyon narrows, coming downUp above me in the rock wall at my left is a protruding rock structureThumbnailsAt the end of the Bull Canyon narrows, coming downUp above me in the rock wall at my left is a protruding rock structureThumbnailsAt the end of the Bull Canyon narrows, coming downUp above me in the rock wall at my left is a protruding rock structureThumbnailsAt the end of the Bull Canyon narrows, coming downUp above me in the rock wall at my left is a protruding rock structureThumbnailsAt the end of the Bull Canyon narrows, coming downUp above me in the rock wall at my left is a protruding rock structureThumbnailsAt the end of the Bull Canyon narrows, coming down

It has probably taken thousands of years for the seasonal water running through here to create this short polished staircase in the Granite Mountains.