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Backpacking Coyote Gulch, Utah

Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

Water and sand, water and sand, water and sand—it’s been a few years since I visited the canyon country of Utah and I forgot about the mix of water and sand here that can permeate one’s hiking shoes. I should have worn sandals. I read about walking the wet canyon bottom, but I stuck with my hiking shoes anyway. This time I arrived to explore Coyote Gulch, a photogenic but crowded canyon which cuts across Grand Staircase National Monument and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area of south-central Utah...

David Cobb heads to the Grand Staircase Escalante-National Monument of Utah and treks through Coyote Gulch - Read the full article below in Issue 9:

Backpacking Coyote Gulch

Issue 9 Page 1

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