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As much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brush

As much as possible, I try to walk along the rocky sides of Butcher Knife Canyon, instead of through the thick brush The stream in upper Butcher Knife Canyon is not big, but it is constantThumbnailsOn the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the streamThe stream in upper Butcher Knife Canyon is not big, but it is constantThumbnailsOn the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the streamThe stream in upper Butcher Knife Canyon is not big, but it is constantThumbnailsOn the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the streamThe stream in upper Butcher Knife Canyon is not big, but it is constantThumbnailsOn the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the streamThe stream in upper Butcher Knife Canyon is not big, but it is constantThumbnailsOn the other side of Butcher Knife Canyon, I find myself on ground too steep (again), and have to climb back down to the stream

I find myself often going from one side of the creek to the other because the canyon walls are too steep.