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Just around the bend, I locate Butcher Knife Spring and get to the business of pumping some water into my near-empty Camelbak The stream in Butcher Knife Canyon looks like it might not go much furtherThumbnailsI'd like to hike further up the canyon and over the hill to the other side of the New York Mountains if I had timeThe stream in Butcher Knife Canyon looks like it might not go much furtherThumbnailsI'd like to hike further up the canyon and over the hill to the other side of the New York Mountains if I had timeThe stream in Butcher Knife Canyon looks like it might not go much furtherThumbnailsI'd like to hike further up the canyon and over the hill to the other side of the New York Mountains if I had timeThe stream in Butcher Knife Canyon looks like it might not go much furtherThumbnailsI'd like to hike further up the canyon and over the hill to the other side of the New York Mountains if I had timeThe stream in Butcher Knife Canyon looks like it might not go much furtherThumbnailsI'd like to hike further up the canyon and over the hill to the other side of the New York Mountains if I had time

The water trickles over this rock into a small pool below, just deep enough for the intake hose of my water filter. The water is clear and clean, much better than the water at Cottonwood Spring, and it's refreshingly cool.