It's sort of a mini grand canyon. We couldn't get through it all because rains made part of it unsafe. But we spent two hours driving and wandering through the parts we did see. It's a relatively easy drive with lots of places to stop. We didn't think much of the visitor's center, which seems more of a gift shop than anything else. You don't need it. The canyon speaks for itself.
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