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We had been warned that cliffs in the canyon floor would block our way, and that we should look for an opportunity to climb part way up the canyon wall to bypass the cliffs.
This part of the canyon, like so many other canyons in the Sierra, has a profile, looking up and down the canyon, like a series of stair steps.
On the level places are meadows or lakes, separated by cliffs, waterfalls, and large rocky monoliths.
The canyon in cross section is generally flat on the bottom with nearly vertical sides, above which is a zone of broken rocks at the bottom of vertical cliffs near the ridges. The guidebook advised up to get up to the zone of broken rocks beneath the cliffs and follow this up the canyon.
Soon an opportunity to get up presented itself. The trail seemed to be headed in that direction, although it was hard to be sure.
So we struggled up the canyon wall and proceeded to pick our way through the rocks upward. It was nerve wracking because it was impossible to see very far ahead, and I always had the fear that our way would be blocked and we would have to retrace our steps.
We kept on going, looking for a way back down to the canyon floor without losing too much of the altitude we had gained. Finally we could stand it no longer, and just decided to get directly down.
There was a crack handy, which we descended.
We were much relieved to be back on the more gentle lower slopes. Descending canyon wall in Gardiner Basin As we were reaching a good resting spot for lunch it began to rain, so we hung up the food, broke out the tents, and got inside.
The wind blew so hard I thought we might blow away. I put everything I had inside the tent, and had to go out over and over to tighten the lines, since they tend to stretch as they get wet.
The storm ended a couple hours later without really dropping much rain.
Waiting out rain in Gardiner Basin Since we are already set up, we decided to stay for the night.
We are in a stand of trees between two small lakes.
I did some exploration, and found some rock piles leading up the canyon. As I followed them, I realized that we were not on the recommended route at all, but in a side canyon.
But the path leads over a nearby ridge into the "correct" canyon.
Since the map indicates more cliffs along the canyon floor, I hope that we can do a better job of staying on the route tomorrow. Cotter The weather at night has been unusually warm the whole trip, and last night was no exception.
Maybe it is the result of the overcast skies.