This past weekend my in-laws were in town and we went snowshoeing up Maple Canyon. This was the first time I had been up Maple Canyon in the Winter. We started by driving our snowmobiles up the road to the Right Fork Trail. If you really like to hike you can walk the 1.75 miles instead of snowmobiling. At the trail head we strapped on our snowshoes and started the hike.
Maple Canyon is as just as amazing in the winter as it is in the summer, minus all the rock climbers. There are, however, a number of people who come to the canyon in the winter to ice climb the numerous frozen waterfalls.
While snowshoeing we found a cave that I had never been to before. It leads back into the canyon wall about 50+ feet. Approximate GPS of Cave: N39.5618 W111.6881
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