Tyler was stuck! The very last section of narrows. He pushed high, then tried to get down low. I was just behind him, and it was too tight for me to get even close to help. After several minutes of pinched ribs, he was able to miraculously get through. But I knew my limits. Especially as the last couple of months I had gained just a few pounds over my canyon safe target. That did it. I made up my mind to get back to that weight again. Great weight loss program, canyoneering that is. Tyler encouraged me to go low and push through on the mud. It didn't look much wider down there. Besides, he just tried to go low and couldn't himself. I decided to go back, and that is when it got really interesting... Even though trail canyon is right off the road, don't let the start and name confuse you. The canyon is a complex maze of side drainages, washes, and steep slick rock that will top you out by choosing the wrong path a few feet off course. By that time, you have to descend all the way back down and climb back up. Or, take on some unprotected fifth class climbing. Once at the head of the canyon, you can scurry around the LDC and climb safely in. Other parties seemed to have opted for the rappel, as there were anchors built here. The next big down climb was too exposed, at least the first 15', so many rappel here. We opted to use a smooth operator and a shorter rope, then down climbed the rest. The canyon is amazing. I can't believe I had overlooked it for so long. Tight narrows, a lot of stemming (most of it is easy even though you are high off the deck), potholes, and fluted walls all around. Lovin' it. One down climb in particular looked small and easy. About a 8' drop, into a small pool no larger than 5' in diameter. I carefully extended myself for an easy slide, and poof! I was gone. Bottomless pit and head under. Fun. Since I was the witnessed dip stick, the others chose a bit different aided path sequence. We did a lot of squeezing. Caution, these sections are really tight! I barely fit, and had to push myself through hard in many spots. But then, the canyon walls started to descend, and we knew we were out. Piece of cake, and a lot of fun. We commented on what all the hype was about on being too narrow to pass through. Then...another narrow section. Really? Hmmm...go high? It looked just as skinny as the other sections. So we pushed through for a long time. Some of us commented that it was comparable or tighter than Shennanigans. Then we hit another tight section we had to squeeze up high than back down. We were going to make it. Then we got to the part where Tyler got stuck, but carefully escaped. I pushed back and didn't get far. Stuck. Stuck. I was getting cold, fingers and body going numb. This wasn't working out too well. Tyler was able to climb up and over on the down canyon side, while Curtis was behind me, also struggling and stuck in the up high down low section. We tried climbing up in several spots, forward, then back, to no avail. A bit of a panic feeling? Little bit, but we had been through this rodeo before. Have you ever tried climbing out of a narrow slot, no wider than a few inches, and getting stuck with each move? Tyler rigged a rope, and I fumbled on some cold ascenders to help. After about an hour of exhausting climbing to about 40' high, we got to a stemming stance and then easily got out. This is a "keeper". And yes, I'm going back soon. Completed last weekend, 4.5 hours car to car including our stuck time.