Bangs Canyon Recreation Area
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
This evening after work Diane and I went on a short hike into the narrows of Ribbon Canyon in the Bangs Canyon Recreation Area. Even though I had just hiked into this canyon about two weeks ago, Diane was not with me that day and I wanted to bring her back to visit this nice little canyon that’s close to home. The temperature out was in the mid-80’s this afternoon and the sky was clear, so the sun was blazing! It was a pretty warm hike along the trail until we reached the shaded canyon, where it was much more pleasant. Since I was just here recently I didn’t take my camera out very much on this visit, but I did take a couple of shots while we were in the narrows of the canyon.
Walking through Ribbon Canyon
This pool was a bit larger the last time I was here.
Entering the narrows…
We saw quite a lot of Indian Paintbrush along the way, so I took a photo of this nice patch in the shaded narrows.
The light was bouncing around nicely while we were in the canyon.
Hiking through the narrows.
After wandering around for a little while it was starting to get late and time to head back home.
Ribbon Canyon Narrows