The Northwest
  The Pacific Northwest Canyoning Group is the place to communicate with northwest canyoneers: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pnwcanyoning
  For information and photos of the Owyhee canyonlands and efforts to protect it, see www.wildowyhee.org
  Joe Bugden and Rob Cobb have produced canyoneering videos in Australia, Canada, the Pacific Northwest,and Reunion Island. They can be seen at www.canyoningvideos.com
  Thomas Oetzell's website "Over the Crest" features many fine photos of Idaho canyons and mountains in the Northwest and Sierras: www.lafn.org/~waltmerce
  Robert Cobb's many fine canyoneering photos from Washington, Australia, Utah, and Colorado can be seen at www.imageevent.com/robertcobb
  The following websites provide photos of the Salmon River Gorge in Oregon.
www.kayaking.peak.org/public_html/rivers/salmon_run/salmon_run.html
www.kayaking.peak.org/public_html/rivers/salmonexplore/salmon.html
www.splintercat.org/SalmonRiver/SalmonRiverMainPage.html
  A very useful map of the Salmon River Gorge in Oregon showing waterfall locations.
www.splintercat.org/SalmonRiver/SalmonRiverMap.html
  Photos of Opal Creek in Oregon
www.wildernesshunter.org/OpalCreek/Opal_Creek_Wilderness.htm
  Warren Smith’s descriptions of canyons in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
www.nps.gov/crla/notes/vol8-2a.htm
  Fearless and Freebirds Adventures is Owen Jones's website at www.catpeople.com He has many fine photos of Leslie Gulch, Succor Creek and other canyons. There are also pictures of caves, mountains, hot springs and other outdoor scenes.
  Information on four popular canyons immediately north of Vancouver, B.C.
www.bcpassport.com/itineraries/four_canyons.html
  Ehab Sammy’s photos of Lynn Canyon near Vancouver, B.C.
www.ehabweb.net/lynnvalley.html
  John Keefer’s photos of Malad Gorge in Idaho
http://johnkeefer.50megs.com/idaho3.htm