Originally called Froth and Bubble canyon “Bubble Bath” seems to be the name that has stuck.
Madie, Gabbie and me
After a great night nestled in the amazing over hang looking out at the milkyway we were all up bright and early but took our time with breakfast and packing up camp before making our way up to once again exchange the camp gear for the canyon gear.
I hadn’t given Bubblebath much thought, I just tagged it on to the trip as it was suppose to be short and we were out there and sounded like it might be a cruisey way to start the day before the walk out . I would never had thought it would turn out to be the highlight of the trip.
By the end we were all frothin on it.
It started pleasant enough, just what I was thinking a nice little canyon, nothing spectacular but nice
As I said never would I ever have guessed BubbleBath would be a highlight but Fridays rain combined with a slightly cooler day gave it a great atmosphere.
If possible the end of the canyon got even more stunning, so much so it was at times hard to look away. It really was enchanting. Unfortunately my camera was out of battery, I was probably too mesmerised to get photos anyway.
As they say all good things must come to an end and so it was back up the hill to collect the camp gear and off for the long walk out.
Party size: 3, all experienced
Day 1. Car- Bridge – Bjelkes Mind – Camp Cave 12hrs not rushing but not dawldling either
Day 2. Camp Cave BubbleBath to Car 7hrs 15 min, relaxed pace lots of photofaffing and posing for cameras
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