Coyote Gulch, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Utah, USA. A lot of geological wonders are found in the 40 km (25 mi) long section of the Coyote Gulch – a tributary of the Escalante River. Rocky bridges, alcoves, steep canyons and domes are found in the area, whose versatility is a great attraction for the hikers and photographers.
There are various trails, that the hikers and campers can choose. Camping overnight at the alcoves in the unspoiled, wild nature can be quite a romantic experience. The experienced backpackers take 2-3 days or more to explore the area and the whole reserve, which is one of the favorite destinations in Utah.
Why to go there?
A wonderful place to have a memorable stroll in nature.
When to go there?
Spring and fall are the best seasons to go there, especially if you plan to spend a night there.
How to get there?
Escalante – the nearest town – is situated along the State Highway 12, which will also take you to the Coyote Gulch.
– the access to the area is free. However, you have to get a permit;
– dogs and campfires are not allowed.
Lead photo by John Fowler
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