Quite a spectacular sight, the depth of the canyon is way beyond what I expected. The area isn't pretty, but the forest recovering from a fire is quite a sight and great in its own right.
The canyon is very well managed, I guess it has to be for safety's sake, and you wouldn't be able to truly appreciate the depths without the bridges, but it does spoil it a little bit, but not enough that I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
Loved the cool breeze coming from the canyon. Made the mistake of paddling near the car park - river was so cold it hurt, even in August. Still, that's an experience checked off!
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