Overview Hurricane Wash to Coyote Gulch is a 22 mile out and back trail located near Escalante, Utah and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from April until October. Reviews Photos Tracks Kylir Horton (76) 3 months ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews Excellent hike! We went from the Red Well trailhead, but it is pretty close to Hurricane Wash. We spent 3 nights in the gulch and passed 4 arches, indian ruins, petroglyphs, half a dozen waterfalls, and some amazingly beautiful cliff walls. I highly recommend this hike! Ryan Gahris (145) 7 months ago N/A: 11 Completed 1 Reviews Went at the end of spring. Very little bugs and vegetation getting in your way. Prepare yourself for plenty of stream crossings as you wind your way through the canyon gulch. Check out a video on the trail I put together a while back, cheers! PS. Whatever you do, Do not take Smokey Mountain Road into the area. Your Hike Guide (2567) 9 months ago N/A: 76 Completed 76 Reviews I always drop into Coyote Gulch via the sneaker route and park next to the water tanks. Hurricane is a long, hot approach to the Gulch. Coyote Gulch is amazing! Waterfalls, arches, and natural bridges. Doug Oler (1020) about 1 year ago N/A: 15 Completed 11 Reviews The gulch itself was incredible and remains my favorite hike. The waterfall just before reaching the confluence with the Escalante river was a perfect place to cool off and have lunch. However, getting to the gulch via Hurricane wash was a long, hot, slow walk. I would definitely not come in this way again. Better to go straight for Crack in the wall which brings you in right about at the Jacob Hamblin arch. Tracy Hieb (131) about 3 years ago N/A: 1 Completed 2 Reviews Bring lots of water and something else to purify more! This one was hot!! Stay up on the river beds don't walk through the sand its way more challenging. I felt relieved once I realized how much easier it was even though the terrain isn't as flat.