After yesterday's traveling and hike, we got off to a slow start. The plan today was to hike up "The Narrows", which is a long hike up a running stream at the bottom of a gorge. We walked along the rocky creek bed for 3.5 hours, getting our boots saturated as water level at many parts was over out knees, and at one point up to chest level! We had to hold our packs over out head to keep them dry. While the water was cool initially, we soon got used to it and it was a lovely reprieve from the heat back at camp. The walls of the gorge had spectacular colours and formations, with fresh water springs coming from between cracks in the rocks, and maidenhair ferns thriving in the tiniest of fissures in the walls. So beautiful!