When I was in my late teens (I'm 24 now) I did a lot of canyons with Rob, some of you may know him. (Imlay and Leprechaun were some of my favorites). Ive read most if not all of Tom's stuff as of late. In the last few years I've been doing a lot of sport climbing (5.10-5.11 level) Anyway, I was pretty good at canyoneering when I did it a lot (under competent leadership). That being said, I understand how to rappel and do basic rope work (single strand with binder block and double strand) I know how to make anchors with webbing given it's a more common situation. (Never done a Deadman or Carin anchor or a sandbag anchor). I've done some easy 2 rated canyons recently. I'm wanting to get back into it with some other climbers with a little less canyoneering experience than me (level 2 canyons only). That being said they are all athletic and competent climbers. So according to Toms guide, level 3 canyons are a good place to start with said experience and having done several level 2 canyons with ease. So my actual question is what are some good level 3 canyons in Utah for our experience level. Sorry for the long post. TLDR; Good level 3 canyons for someone getting back into the sport who is climbing proficient with past canyoneering experience via a competent leader.