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    Sedona - Secret Mountains water conditions

    I'm curious if anyone knows what the water conditions in the canyons North of Sedona are like right now? Full?

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    What canyons in particular are you asking about?

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    I ran Illusions, Insomnia and Immaculate a few weeks ago and the keepers were full. If you are looking for a specific canyon please let me know.

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    Fantastic! Thanks for the update. Those are the exact canyons we plan to do.

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    Awesome. They are all great in their own ways.

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    Current conditions are that the pothole is about two feet below the lip. At this level, the climb out does not require special gear, but it will very soon at the rate that the water level is dropping. For those going through anytime soon, be prepared. Two guys came through and caught us in full on race pace because they didn't have anywhere near enough neoprene on and had to have been near hypothermia. There was no way they had the gear on them to escape that pothole had it been in keeper mode. Had they chosen to go through two weeks from now, they would have been a bad place.

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