Casner Cabin Draw
Casner Cabin Draw is a short but pleasant wilderness route into the upper West Fork of Oak Creek. Though not technically challenging, it does have some very nice sections of narrows and is a great beginner canyon or a nice way to spend the day with less experienced friends. There are a few short drops and some nice spots. There are a few drops that will require rappelling, albeit no more than 25 feet. The approach is a typical brushy route, and depending on the current water levels you will be faced with a wade or swim or two. Once you reach the West Fork, head upstream Make sure to take the right fork at a junction with another tributary, this is not incredibly obvious. Most of the route back to Woody Mountain Road is uneventful, however the West Fork does enter a nice, if short section of sandstone narrows for a few hundred feet. Before long you reach the road, from here either jump in your car or take a stroll back to your car at the Casner Cabin Draw Trailhead.
***THIS MAP IS A ROUGH ESTIMATE OF THE ROUTE AND IS INTENDED ONLY FOR REFERENCE***
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