Many people climb Sinks Canyon but it is enjoyable just to see the pretty country and look at the Popo Agie River which "sinks" or disappears under ground at the upper Sinks and re-emerges about a half mile away at the lower Sinks. The park building has interesting exhibits but is not always open. The walking paths and parking lots are always open. Continuing up the road and hike up to the waterfall (about 4 miles) or take the Loop Road to the top of South Pass. Beautiful but a bit tiring to drive.
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