You have to drive 26 miles on a dirt road. The road is pretty rutted with a couple of ditches. It took us about an hour to get that far. The parking lot at the trail head is pretty clear and you'll see a trail head sign, but from there it is hard to distinguish the trail. You're basically going down into the canyon. When you get down there, go right. You'll see a canyon opening on the left, but Peekaboo is further up. It is an opening on the left, about 12 feet up. You have to climb up the wall using hand and foot holds. When we got inside we almost thought the hike was over because there was a large pool of muddy water. It didn't look like we'd all be able to get over it without getting our boots soaked (we were hiking in October and it was too cool to be walking around in wet boots/pants and we had a 15 and 12 year old with us). My husband managed to get over and found a large log on the other side that helped get us over the big puddle. From there it was a serious of tight passages, climbing up, down, pulling your way through, etc. It was just beautiful. Expect a few scrapes and some of the areas are really tight (gotta take the backpacks off or you'll stuck in those sections). We got the end and turned around and went back instead of going on to Spooky. Just as much fun on the way back. The hike out of the canyon was a little stressful, as we weren't really sure where the trail was. Just keep hiking up and we made it to a point where we could see the cars/trail head.
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