Updated: Feb 13
Finally in East Moody Canyon, our efforts were rewarded by the sight of a remarkable blue canyon wall.
A high alcove in a section of majestic Wingate cliffs in East Moody, a couple of miles up from the river. A heavy, reflective patina of desert varnish coats much of the distant canyon wall and reflects the blue of the sky. Photo: © Donald J. Rommes
After a difficult trek to East Moody, we didn't have as much time to explore as we had hoped. We hiked up canyon, photographed Hyde's Wall and, another 1/2 mile up canyon, photographed a large alcove. We then found a small spring, loaded up with water, and headed back. The following short video shows more of the trip described in the previous post.
Short cell phone video of my deliberations before hiking to East Moody, a look at the blue Wingate walls and my thoughts on the hike after my return to Main Moody.
Hyde's Wall. Photo: © Donald J. Rommes