Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
If there was a hall of fame for classic canyon-country sights, it would include soaring sandstone walls, lush riparian oases, gravity-defying arches, massive alcoves, and Native American rock art—all highly concentrated in one moderate hike. In other words, it would look like Coyote Gulch. This far-flung tributary off of Lake Powell and the Escalante River features 50-foot-wide Coyote Natural Bridge arcing over the canyon, 150-foot-wide Jacob Hamblin Arch (a few minutes’ walk downstream from camp), walls undercut 200 feet, Fremont Indian pictographs, and several waterfalls all within a couple miles. Map includes turn-by-turn hiking directions and in-depth trip planning essentials to help you experience this BACKPACKER PRO adventure.
24” x 36”, waterproof paper, folded, Lat/Long Tic, UTM Tic
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