BLOODY CANYON/LAUREL LAKES
Bloody Canyon is located in the Eastern Sierras and is a great day adventure. Cat and I have been here several times and see something new each time.
Bloody Canyon, a popular fishing and camping spot, also has a fantastic mine and mining ruins to explore. The mine is accessed via a moderate hike up a poor trail that the mountain is slowly reclaiming.
We bypassed a few switchbacks and just hiked straight up. Jen shows her 4 legged hiking method.
This powder room appears to be leaning a little more and is buried a little more since our last visit.
This WAS a Union Carbide truck that appears to have more in common with a pancake now than any truck.
You can see ladders attached to the rock face as well as another adit.
The inside of this mine was as cold as ice!
A small milling operation is located near the lakes. Not much is left except for this engine and some flattend tin.