Canyoneering

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Canyoneering

You don’t have to be Spider-Man to do it
Charmaine Noronha rappels over Salome Creek, capping a canyoneering adventure in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest.
The cool water of Salome Creek awaits hikers at the end of a canyoneering trip.
Hikers wear wet suits and helmets as they descend the walls of Salome Canyon, Arizona.
Hikers in wet suits and helmets wade in the creek after a rappel.
If you go

Salome Canyon: Easily reached by car, about 75 miles from Phoenix. Canyoneering tours by 360 Adventures, www.360-adventures.com, $400 for one person, $200 for each additional person; groups of four or more are $200 per person. Fee includes permits,

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Canyoneering

Charmaine Noronha rappels over Salome Creek, capping a canyoneering adventure in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest.
The cool water of Salome Creek awaits hikers at the end of a canyoneering trip.
Hikers wear wet suits and helmets as they descend the walls of Salome Canyon, Arizona.
Hikers in wet suits and helmets wade in the creek after a rappel.
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