was disappointed to miss the second day of exploration, but
Montezuma’s Revenge was giving me a good working over. Eric
kind enough to supply me with pictures and a brief description of day
The group rappelled in below a fifty-foot waterfall that landed on
rocks. We had scouted the gorge from above the day before and found two
slides and one waterfall we guessed at forty feet.
Boyer rappelling into the gorge.
first rapid was a big slide into a
gigantic hole, which Ben probed
Troutman running the same big
Next up for the group was a slide into a
landed in a boxed in cauldron at the lip of the larger waterfall. Eric
probed this one, so no pictures of the entrance drop. After a clean run
down the larger falls Eric signaled back to the group that the
mandatory, unscoutable at river level waterfall was around fifty feet
Stookesberry on the mandatory
Eric has this to say about the waterfall “I also put in a
photo of nick after he broke his paddle over his hip. He was in a lot
of pain and not happy. Ben landed on his side and was not happy. Rafa
lost his paddle and hand rolled up.”
Troutman dealing with a good
amount of pain.
This run looks epic, and I am sure others will run it in the future!
Thanks again to Eric Seymour for all the photographs.