Shell Canyon, like I mentioned on the other day’s blog post, has a great deal in common with Ten Sleep Canyon. Massive walls, creek in the bottom, winding, twisting, switchback roads.
Shell Canyon’s Highway 14 is narrower than Ten Sleep’s Highway 16.
More semi’s travel over Ten Sleep… and you’ll understand why when I include some footage in next week’s Re-Red Video.
If height and switchbacks don’t bother you, you’ll witness some rough country and impressive canyon walls.
The smoke was still laying thick, so the skies aren’t very clear.
Partway up the hill, you’ll see the Shell Falls Interpretive Center.
Although the websites say this is open, obviously it’s not. That doesn’t matter, the paved paths are still there.
People come to see the falls, though.
And to take their (anniversary) photo!Find me here!