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Trip Report Photos of Canyoning in Oregon

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My daughter and I met Matt, the owner of www.deserthighlights.com, two years ago in Moab. He does a limited number of trips in Oregon each year. He discovered this canyon himself in 2005 and has only been down it 7 or 8 times. It would be highly unlikely that anyone else, other than people that he has taken(about 20), has ever seen this gorge before. The final rappel is 150-175 feet. It really isn't that scary. Probably safer than climbing a ladder. He brought along another one of his guides from Moab. So it was just the two of us and two guides. I couldn't talk my wife into doing this one.

http://www.photoworks.com/slideshow/album/A4F2C632106F?source=pw980

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