Willow Beach to Weeping Springs Canyon
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Paddle from Willow Beach to Weeping Springs Cove and Hike up Weeping Springs Canyon:
This is a full day trip, with 14 miles of paddling and about 2 or 3 miles of hiking depending upon how for up the canyon we get. Near the top of the canyon past the stream, there is some rock scrambling. The stream in the canyon is a gorgeous cold water spring. Weeping Springs Canyon is almost never visited by hikers.
To get to Weeping Spring Cove, we'll paddle upstream from Willow Beach, Arizona. You can see from looking at the aerial view that we'll be hiking a narrow canyon. The magic of this canyon is a fresh water stream which supports flora not seen in the surrounding desert. This is a classic desert canyon hike; not strenuous but with some rock scrambling to gain the canyon's top.
Here are some of the trips we do on Lake Mead out of Temple Bar.
Map and Photos: Use this link to see an interactive map of these trips.
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