Wyman Canyon falls

Oct70_falls_Wyman_narrows_17DEC0540.pdf

Dublin Core

Title

Wyman Canyon falls

Subject

Waterfall in Wyman Canyon

Description

This is more than a year after the 1969 floods, but the canyon bottom was still scoured to bare rock. This waterfall was about 6 feet high and blocked passage for cattle.

Creator

Denis Clark

Source

Denis Clark

Publisher

n/a

Date

October 1970

Contributor

Denis Clark

Rights

Deep Springs College

Relation

n/a

Format

TIFF

Language

n/a

Type

Still Image

Identifier

17DEC0540

Coverage

White Mountains

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Color transparency

Physical Dimensions

24 x 36 mm

Notes

Jan Vleck DS69 and Denis Clark DS69 spent the October 1970 break hiking from Deep Springs to White Mountain Peak, ascending via Roberts, Cow Camp, and the North Fork of Cottonwood Creek, descending to Chalfant Valley via a steep canyon and hitch-hiking back to Deep Springs. It was very windy at the higher elevations.

Archive

Denis Clark personal papers

Citation

Denis Clark, “Wyman Canyon falls,” Deep Springs Archive, accessed April 2, 2020, http://archive.deepsprings.edu/items/show/988.