Lucky Charms

Last Candition: October 16, 2011

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4 out of 5
Date of Trip: February 13, 2016

Totally dry. Went counterclockwise. Fun climbs in the east fork. There was a large swarm of wasps about 3/4 of the way down the west fork pothole downclimbs. They are gathered at a seep in the watercourse under a ledge. When you notice the swarm look to the right LDC and you will see an easy bypass so you don't have to deal with them.

4 out of 5
Date of Trip: April 16, 2013

Dry. Fun little slot. Did counterclockwise. No rope needed (we went down the smaller drainage to the West) but webbing may add some comfort for the timid.

3 out of 5
Date of Trip: November 3, 2012

If going up the more eastern canyon (doing the route counterclockwise), there is a small pool of water blocking access about 3/4 of the way up at the base of where the wider canyon constricts before the final upclimb. People more skilled than us could probably find a way to get past the water, but not wanting to get wet we backtracked a little and climbed to the rim on the right (looking up canyon). We then descended the other canyon directly in the watercourse and found two anchors. Climbed down to the first which is a deadman. Used a 200 ft rope doubled. Second drop is about 40, maybe 50 feet and presently anchored by an old rope tied around a very large, immovable boulder.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: May 5, 2012

Completely dry. We did it in the dark, which makes an ordinarily sub-average slot into a fun, short adventure.

3 out of 5
Date of Trip: March 24, 2012

totally dry and clean.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: February 5, 2012

Lucky Charms had several minor pools of water. Took down rope that was left hanging some months ago.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: October 16, 2011

Lucky Charms has been washed clean by summer rains. The climb out is solid and free of sand and small boulders.

Someone left a rope hanging on the right side (LDC) near the mouth. There is probably a very interesting story to that. I'll take it down if it is still there in Dec.