|stream below Hubbell Spring|
|Upper Wills Canyon|
|Small waterfall in Wills Canyon|
|Bridge over Wills Canyon stream|
|Small waterfall in Hubbell Canyon|
|Hubbell Canyon springs|
We finally made it to the top of the canyon and began walking on the road. Seamus took an interest in the three deer that were walking along with us a hundred feet away in the woods. We took one small detour to an open promontory that had expansive views, before returning to our car. This was a long hike, probably close to 10 miles and when it was all over, I realized that I probably could have seen the best of it, Mauldin Spring, Hubbell Spring and the section in between, with a much shorter out and back hike starting from County Road D 18 then using Lower Wills Canyon Trail( FT 5008) and then the Hubble Canyon Trail ( FT 9277).Nevertheless, I enjoyed this walk immensely. The more than planned for exercise was just an added benefit.Note: Hubble is how it is spelled on the trail signs, however on maps it is spelled Hubbell, which is more likely the correct spelling).