Yep. We were laughing about it when we started out, but the way that these formations are--like ledges--it's easy to scramble down leaping down from one ledge to the next. It makes a kind of steps of ridges that run around the contour. Well, it's easy enough on the way down, but on the way back up, you can get 'rim rocked' and not be able to haul yourself up the series of ledges, you just jumped down. You'll end up walking around quite a ways to be able to resurface.
Be careful for livestock on the highways in the Southwest part of the United States.
I was surprised there wasn't very much of a guard rail at Goosenecks. Keep an eye on your children!