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RATING: 3A

Wed

83 | 53

Thu

82 | 55

Fri

78 | 57

Sat

77 | 55

Sun

73 | 54

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SEASON: Any, although summers can be hot. Roads can be difficult to pass in the winter.
GEAR: Standard Technical Gear, Ascending gear for the south fork. Moderate Route Finding
RAPPELS: Up to 60 m ( 197 ft. ), bring a 60 m ( 197 ft. ) and 10 m ( 33 ft. ) if fixing the South Fork. Bring a 60 m ( 197 ft. ) and pullcord if doing just the North Fork. Bring a 60 m ( 197 ft. ) rope, pullcord, and 10 m ( 33 ft. ) rope if doing both.
WATER: Generally little or none unless right after rains. Possibly wading, but likely little swimming.
FLASHFLOOD: Moderate, but you can see the whole drainage and skies on the approach.

Wed

83 | 53

Thu

82 | 55

Fri

78 | 57

Sat

77 | 55

Sun

73 | 54

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One of the many small obstacles

One of the many small obstacles

No Mans Canyon, next to Larry, seems often overlooked by canyoneers. Both forks, however, are good and intermediate canyoneer friendly. The North Fork has one of the most scenic sections of canyon around and is highly recommended. I recommend the South Fork only for those with ascending skills, and it can be visited along with the North Fork in one long day.

Route finding after the North Fork exit is straightforward, but several groups have struggled a bit in the complex terrain. Be sure to follow the map carefully.

North Fork of No Mans

North Fork of No Mans

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