TO TRAILHEAD: From UT 12 just E of Escalante, turn S onto Hole-in-the-Rock Road. Continue on the dirt road for 50 miles to where it crosses Davis Wash. Park just past the wash. High-clearance, 4WD recommended.
Explore a network of canyons full of outlandish slots and arches from a primo weekend basecamp.
Discover arches, rock art, and clues to the mystery of Everett Ruess on a 14.5-mile hike along the Escalante River.
Follow this newly revealed 1-mile prospectors' route to a bonanza of slickrock panoramas. Camp near the rim to catch sunset over Navajo Mountain.
A lush 8.2-mile ramble past thousand-year-old Ancestral Pueblo ruins and find great camping underneath massive alcoves.
This 6.7-mile journey ventures deep into the ancestral home of Pueblo cliff dwellers where you'll camp in a living museum beneath long-lost, centuries-old ruins.
Find tranquility and seclusion on this 7.2-mile paddle-hike trip to a lonesome campsite.
Stand under the world's largest free-standing natural arch, a longtime icon in American exploration and Native American religion.
This hike explores a network of canyon forks anchored by scenic and isolated camping and reliable water sources in central Ticaboo Creek.
Squeeze through 10.4 miles of sheer-walled sandstone passages.
This 10.6-mile trek into a meandering fantasyland visits Broken Bow Arch, the second largest natural span in North America. Pack a lightweight raft to explore downstream.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area: Llewellyn Gulch Via Lake Powell
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