I have hiked the loop twice, once with my wife, and once with my friends.
Come to Little Wild Horse 10 years ago with my dad. We camped in Moab and I remember seeing the Hale-Bop comet dazzling in the sky.
Nice intro into slot canyons in utah.
once all the way around and out Bell, the others just in Little Wild Horse to the end of the narrows and then back. So gorgeous, it's worth the crowds.
Having arrived at Goblin Valley Campground late in the afternoon, my brothers and I wanted to stretch our legs so we did the Bell and Little Wildhorse Loop. We started out near 5:00 pm. Not a soul to be seen. What a great introduction to canyoneering. We went on to explore other canyons on this trip and are now hooked.
The canyon was spectacular in the winter with frozen water and uncrowded hiking. The hiking is interesting but not difficult. We camped near the TH and enjoyed the morning sun warming the UT skies.
Traveled up Little Wild Horse with Dillweed and our wives. It was my first time in a slot canyon, and it was a great (and easy) hike. I want to go down again and do both canyons.
The weather in early February was warm and dry. We only saw six or eight other people the whole time we were in the canyon.
very scenic canyons that are not difficult hiking.
I camped out at the confluence (15* in the morning!) and hiked this thing, came back and did Bell Canyon. I saw only 2 people in 2 days. Clear weather, cold and absolutely no wind.
I was like a little kid laughing at how tight this thing gets.
Bell Canyon was pretty easy and open. Do Bell first!!
This is the canyon that everyone hikes when they go to the Swell. I have done the loop through both canyons. I agree and think it's a nice canyon even though it can get crowded.
Been here many times over the last 15 or so years. I've seen it go from a remote and seldom visited canyon to one of the mainstream hikes in the state. It's a nice canyon still, just a little crowded.
Some pools of water, little company beyond lower reaches of the canyons