Good call bud. Good Call. 1.5hrs each way, it was pretty awesome!! Without an atv or SxS, this is a good hike. So not many people ever get here. Pretty much straight down from here. Is it just me, or does the rock area on the left have a smirking old man face looking down at us? After looking at the pics above and seeing the loose rocks and trees above us, it kinda freaked me out. This is a lot steeper then some of the pics may show. There are ropes with knots in them to grab and you're basically repelling yourself 1/2 way down, and certainly need the rope to get out. You'd want to be in decent shape to go down there, and be able to hold most of your weight to get yourself out. I'm at the bottom, young fella is 1/4 the way up. Can you spot him? And there's that rock face again. After the Sink Hole we went back in Deer Lake and stayed the night at a Holiday Inn. Thinking about it later, we could have went to the Sink Hole, then continued on our journey and camped on the trail, vs backtracking. But no worries though, all is good. Bummed by the tire thing, but considering that it happened a few kms from the garage vs a hundred kms, it could have been much worse. I spent some time re-evaluating my tire preparedness for the rest of the trip.