South Fork of Maidenwater |

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Canyoneering South Fork of Maidenwater - Trachyte Canyoneering South Fork of Maidenwater
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RATING: 3B
LENGTH: 3-5 Hours

Mon

93 | 65

Tue

95 | 65

Wed

96 | 67

Thu

95 | 67

Fri

94 | 66

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SEASON: Spring, Summer, Fall (hot in summer)
GEAR: Standard Technical Gear, Wetsuit during cold weather, Bring 20 m ( 66 ft. ) of webbing to replace anchors if needed.
RAPPELS: 1-6+ the biggest rap is 22 m ( 73 ft. ).

Mon

93 | 65

Tue

95 | 65

Wed

96 | 67

Thu

95 | 67

Fri

94 | 66

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The South Fork of Maidenwater is a great canyon to practice your natural anchor and/or down climbing skills. Although highly skilled individuals can descend the canyon with 1 or 2 rappels, many groups require 8 or more to surmount the numerous short drops. The canyon can hold some pools, so be cautious if doing this one in cold weather. I've shivered through one or two trips in the winter when water levels were much higher than I expected!

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