Blodgett Creek

Looking back at the cliffs that frame the entrance to Blodgett Canyon
Further up the canyon, the rock face on the north side of the canyon towers in a near-vertical slab.
Looking down the canyon.
A mile from the trailhead, the trail dips down to a quiet section of the creek.
Another half-mile, and the valley opens up to a view of the Bitterroot crest in the far distance.
One of the numerous monoliths the line the north face of the lower canyon.
The many sheer cliffs make Blodgett the crown jewel in the spectacular march of steep canyons that line the eastern face of the Bitterroot Mountain Range.
Another view down canyon as the canyon narrows in its drop into the Bitterroot Valley.