This afternoon my wife and I did the weirdest slot canyon that I have seen. It was near Baggs Wyoming of all places. We stumbled on it unintentionally and were just our for a leisurely walk. The canyon got deeper as we descended until it dropped into an underground tunnel. Past this there were some tight slot sections, several natural bridges and one long underground tunnel. It was barley doable without a headlamp and quite spooky. I could see light way up ahead and would have to feel the floor of the tunnel with my walking stick, afraid that there might be a hole or drop off. The walls of the canyon were very colorful and the rock was somewhat similar to the rock in Bryce Canyon. There were a few tricky down climbs and at the end the canyon had a drop that we could not down climb. We found a sketchy bypass some rock that wasn't exactly confidence building. After the bypass we were mostly home free. The canyon did drop into another underground section, but we skipped that part. Sadly, our camera died before we got to the slot. If the weather holds, I might go up there again Thanksgiving weekend and with fully charged camera. It should make for some interesting pictures. I have never seen a slot canyon like this one. We decided to call the canyon Maggie's Ghost Slot in honor of the colorful historical figure of Maggie Baggs, for which Baggs Wyoming is named for. It was an interesting day indeed. Although the camera died before we got to the slot, I did get a photo of the rock the slot is made of. In other parts the rock is orange or yellow.