June 2005 - 36 photos

On June 14th of 2005, Dale Wing, Roy Zimmerman and I, went for a hike up into Waterfall Canyon, or as some say, Malan's Canyon. Being a wet year we wanted to see if the falls were bigger than usual. We weren't dissapointed, the falls were awesome. Together the three of us took a lot of photographs, about 150, so I put a few more here than usual for a hike page. But they do show the higher water flow and denser growth in the canyon. We started this hike from the trail head at the top of 29th street in Ogden Utah. Dale's GPS mapper showed we hiked about 1.6 miles one way and climbed 1060 feet.

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Malan Falls, Waterfall Canyon

New Info: Chris Peterson bought the property of Malan's Basin from the Malan family, and recently obtained all the property below including Waterfall Canyon. He is fencing the area and has put in gates. He now has rangers patrolling his property and they may require you to show ID and sign a log book to hike in the area. Todd Black, executive director of the Utah Cooperative Wildlife Management Association, said Peterson is within his legal right to use his own private rangers to enforce the laws of his land.

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Malan's Waterfall, 2002
 Malan's Waterfall, 2002

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 Malan's Waterfall, 2011

My photos were taken with a Canon EOS 20D, 8.2 Megapixel SLR Camera using a 17-85mm IS wide angle to 5x zoom. Photos taken by Dale Wing were with his Canon EOS 350D, (Digital Rebel XT), 8.0 Megapixel SLR Camera also using the 17-85mm IS wide angle to 5x zoom. Roy Zimmerman contributed some of the photos using his Digital Nikon Coolpix 885, 3X Optical Zoom with 3.21 Megapixels.

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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