good times with Robin and Erik- new kind of adventure for us.
Wonderful introduction to the many many long trips and slots I will be doing in Utah.
Nice, easy canyons with some minor scrambling. Little Wild Horse is especially nice for a non-tech canyon.
This was the last thing I did in the summer of 2010. I hiked this slot canyon with NAU Outdoors as a trip leader for our Freshmen Wilderness Welcome program. Beautiful area and we didn't get to spend nearly as much time in the canyon as we would have liked.
I made a quick dash up the first mile or so up Little Wildhorse to the clearing. I fired off dozens of pics and had a short awsome hike. Over 100 degrees out, wife patiently waiting in the car so I hurried back. I'll go back and do the loop sometime.
did it after a december snowstorm, which made for some fun navigation of frozen potholes and such
I really enjoyed the hike through these canyons.
A good place for my first slot canyon experience. Did the loop to Bells Canyon as well. Perfect weather for a hike!
I've done this many times. Every time it seems busier. Great canyons, though.
I hiked this twice, once for a bachelor party and another time with my wife. Up Wildhorse down Bells.
Great introduction to the San Rafael Swell.
What a fun hike.
A fun non-technical slot in an easy to reach place. Start early to avoid the crowds, but its a great way to experience narrow slot canyons without having to bring any gear or have any climbing knowledge. Well worth the trip!
After hearing all the hype about slot canyons I finally took a day off peakbagging to check some out. I figured these would be a good introduction since I had my brother and his girlfriend along who had never done any scrambling. We had a blast and spent about 3 hours hiking the loop. There was a lot of water in Little Wild Horse, forcing us to take off our shoes and wade several times (knee deep). It was incredibly cold, but ended up being our favorite part.
My 12 year old son Evan and I had a great time enjoying this slot canyon (in a circuit with its sister Bell Canyon). It took almost 2 hours of driving from Moab but was still worth it.
A bit icy but it was fun.
Fairly simple loop, I think there was one climbing part, but good payoff for the effort if you don't go on a crowded day.....
A great intro to canyoneering. Little Wild Horse was amazing, yet technically easy. I look forward to returning to the area for some more technical endeavors.
This was my first Slot canyon that I can remember, and it got me hooked. many...MANY more to come.