Coyote Gulch Map (Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah)
A special Backpacker Magazine topo map printed on waterproof, tearproof paper. Includes topographic map data from the USGS and detailed trip information
If there was a hall of fame for classic canyon-country sights, it would include soaring sandstone walls, lush riparian oases, gravity-defying arches, massive alcoves, and Native American rock art—all highly concentrated in one moderate hike. In other words, it would look like Coyote Gulch. This far-flung tributary off of Lake Powell and the Escalante River features 50-foot-wide Coyote Natural Bridge arcing over the canyon, 150-foot-wide Jacob Hamblin Arch (a few minutes’ walk downstream from camp), walls undercut 200 feet, Fremont Indian pictographs, and several waterfalls all within a couple miles. Map includes turn-by-turn hiking directions and in-depth trip planning essentials to help you experience this BACKPACKER PRO adventure.
Contains the following named locations: Coyote Gulch,Big Hollow Wash,Chimney Rock,Cliff Arch,Cottonwood Spring,Coyote Natural Bridge,Dance Hall Rock,Dry Fork Coyote Gulch,Fools Canyon,Fortymile Ridge,Hurricane Wash,Jacob Hamblin Arch,King Mesa,Les George Point,Lone Rock,Scorpion,Stevens Canyon,Sunset Natural Arch,Willow Tank Slide,Dance Hall Rock (historical),Stevens Arch