Our next stop was Titus Canyon. It's a deep, narrow gorge cut into the steep face of the Grapevine Mountains. The canyon is located on the east side of the park. It can be entered on foot from the west or by four-wheel-drive vehicle from the east. We came across it from within the park so we parked and hiked about 1.5 miles in. Mom and Blaine walked a few hundred feet and then turned back. Frank, Amy, Nicky and I continued onward, until Nicky showed signs of weariness.
You must keep an eye out around every curve. You never know when you might encounter a little monster... arrgh!
Livin' on the edge... AHHHHHH!
This one cracks me up. It looks like Frank wore him out so he resorted to crawling, really he was pretending to be an animal. A coyote, I think.
Here, he is climbing like a lizard.
Nicky found him.
Back to where we began.
Titus Canyon was a really neat sight to see. On another visit it we'll have to make the drive through the canyon. I'd like to see the rest of it.