A Journey Into Stone
The upper section of Larry Canyon, where it cuts through the Navajo Sandstone, is a cool little journey down into the stone. One moment you're walking across the desert; the next, you're stemming through a narrow slot. Larry involves a lot of downclimbing and a bit of rappelling. There is a strenuous slanted narrow slot that really works you - bring as small a pack as possible. Gloves are highly recommended.
The place is lovely, offering up a smorgasboard of beautiful narrows and soaring orange walls. After many hours, the intrepid canyoneer pops out into the land of the living. Hiking down the now-wide canyon, the exit is found after about an hour - a low-angle V-groove used by the Desert Bighorn Sheep to exit the inner canyon. A brief climb leads to the rim and a dirt road.
Larry Canyon itself continues many miles down to the Dirty Devil river. Another interesting set of narrows is said to exist where Larry drops through the Wingate sandstone. Technically, this route is "Upper Larry".