Coyote Gulch

Coyote Gulch

One of the premiere attractions in Escalante, Coyote Gulch is a narrow canyon that winds through the desert landscape and joins the Escalante River. Most hikers camp overnight for the full experience, but the area can be explored in a single day with more difficult hiking. Be prepared for stunning arches, spiraling waterfalls, various forms of rock art and petroglyphs, and an incredible natural bridge! This adventure is not for the faint of heart and will reward adventurers with a remarkable experience and overwhelming views.


Begin at the Hole-In-The-Rock Road turnoff. Find trailhead according to your trek. Most hikers will turn off the road after 36 miles onto Fortymile Ridge Road and continue 7 miles until they reach Crack In The Wall Trailhead. Check the link below for detailed directions based on which route you choose.  

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