My wife and I couldn't resist the increasing awesomeness of the Taylor Creek hike. The more you hike, the more fantastic the scenery. We ended up going all the way to the double arch alcove, which is where most people turn around and go back. It took us an hour and 45 minutes on the outbound leg, and an hour and twenty minutes on the return. There are a few spots where the trail is hard to find, or with 2 or 3 foot drop-offs, usually where the streambank and part of the trail has been eroded by high water, but if you pay attention, you can avoid ankle-sprains and stay on the trail. Getting lost is not a big problem, since the canyon is narrow and the trail is never very far from the stream.
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