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Squaw Creek Canyon Bottom, Idaho, USA
Idaho

Squaw Creek Canyon is located about 8 miles (12.9 km) south of Marsing, Idaho, USA.  This seemingly out-of-place canyon is scarcely as wide as the creek running in it at the bottom and features nearly vertical canyon walls as high as 700 feet (213 m).  This image was taken December 20, 2011 from the bottom of the canyon in one of the few places it possible to hike into the bottom.

The canyon is easily accessed by a short hike as the canyon is only about a half mile (0.8 km) from highway 95.

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