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Grand Gulch / Bullet Canyon


Aaron Zagrodnick

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Aaron Zagrodnick

It was gradual, the dawn of my understanding of Grand Gulch and its magic. Only five years ago, I rode a motorcycle right up the Moki Dugway, its dirt surface ascending in precipitous twists and turns, and traveled blithely across the gentle slope of Cedar Mesa, oblivious to the treasures hidden within its canyons. That changed with repeated visits to Arizona and Utah. Seeking new hiking destinations, I noticed an adventure guide offering a Utah backpacking trip and, through the itinerary, learned for the first time of Grand Gulch. I quickly determined to hike it on my own, and thus my path was laid. Grand Gulch carves the surface of southeastern Utah’s Cedar Mesa in serpentine fashion for more than 50 miles…

Susan Dragoo with another amazing contribution, this time from the canyons of Utah. Read the full article below in Issue 17:

Grand Gulch: A Magical Connection

Hiking in Grand Gulch and Bullet Canyon Utah

Issue 17 Page 1

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