A "canyoneering descent" of Windy Gulch, in RMNP. More of an exploratory hike. The canyon is mostly steep, and not interesting or narrow until I reached the base of Windy Gulch Cascades. From there (including a wet rappel down the cascade), it was amazing, but very very short. Removed lots of old ice-climber webbing and replaced it with webbing that matched the color of the environment.
Below is the upper portion of the falls:
And finally the main cascade, where the canyon narrows:
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