Friends, going through the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, we come to a small parking lot near the north end of the road. The sign says Wind Canyon and a short trail leads you to the top of the canyon where you can see carved figures of sandstone below you, like this golden man standing on a pedestal. A gigantic tree is growing from the bottom of the canyon, but a warning, the trail to the canyon bottom is wicked. You can slide on the sandstone to the bottom, but coming back up, you not only fight gravity but sandstone is so smooth that getting any purchase on the rock is difficult. til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on June 16, 2014, in Badlands, Landscapes, Nature, photography, trees and tagged badlands, mjspringett, nature, North Dakota, north dakota badlands, photography, postaday, sandstone. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.