Part Six – Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area
- Part Five – Circle Bar Arch
- Part Four – Photographs Along The Trail
- Part Three – A Rock Face With No Name
- Part Two – Turkey Roost Rockhouse
- Part One – Close Encounter With Bears
Back on the trail, I hiked up and down various changes in elevation, crossed a few small streams, and also experienced a close encounter with bears! Finally, as I neared the point – a scenic overlook – at which I’d turn around, I saw a sign for the “Killdeer Arch”.
This natural arch provides passage through a tall sandstone cliff along the Upper Canyon Trail, offering vertical clearance of 8 feet by 20 feet wide.
If you enjoy nature, hiking outdoors and/or geology, you may be interested in a print featuring one of my photographs! If so, please visit my gallery to select images of “Killdeer Arch” from the Pogue Creek Canyon State Natural Area.
Here’s a short video of “Killdeer Arch” –