HIKING TO ADAMS CANYON FALLS
June 2011 - 36 photos



On June 15, 2011, I went for another hike with my friends, Bill, Don, Judy and Larry. We went down to East Layton and hiked up Adam's Canyon along the North Fork of Holmes Creek. There are a couple of good waterfalls along that stream, and many rapids and smaller falls. The hike isn't very long, only about 1.7 miles according to the map, and climbs 1,345 feet. In some places you really do have to climb too. About like climbing a ladder. Also in places you have to walk in water... really cold water.

It was a great day for hiking, and for pictures, except for the sun being in front of us, and reflecting off of our camera lens. It ruined a few of my pictures, but I still got many good ones. Too many to show you all of them. I know that Bill and Judy took a lot too.

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Upper falls in Adam's Canyon

I had heard that there were some lower falls that could be seen before entering into the main canyon, and wanted to find them this time. I have been to the upper falls three times, but never had seen the lower falls. This time I knew where to look and we found them. After climbing the canyon to the upper falls, we came back down and Bill and I went around on the south side of the lower falls to get pictures with the sun behind us. They turned out a bit better. Our total hike was 3.8 miles. This short little hike took us 5½ hours, but we really enjoyed it and took many hundreds of photos.

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Lower falls below Adam's Canyon


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Related Photos

There are other Adams Canyon photos, for 2002, 2004 and 2005
Adams Canyon 2002
 Adams Canyon, 2002


Adams Canyon 2004
 Adams Canyon, 2004


Adams Canyon 2005
 Adams Canyon, 2005




My photos were taken with a Canon EOS 20D, 8.2 Megapixel SLR Camera using a 17-85mm IS wide angle to 5x zoom. Some photos were taken by Dale Wing with his Canon EOS 350D, (Digital Rebel XT), 8.0 Megapixel SLR Camera also using the 17-85mm IS wide angle to 5x zoom.

Our original photos were taken at aprox 3050 x 2000. These photos are set to 750 x 500 for faster loading. You are welcome to look at or download any of the photos. If you use them on any other webpage, please give credit and refer back to me.



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