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Lower Calf Creek Falls

Boulder, UT

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Lower Calf Creek Falls is a 5.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Boulder, UT that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from September until May.

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Powell Point

Escalante, UT

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Neon Canyon
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Great hike. Camped at the trailhead and day hiked to the Cathedral. The trail is difficult to follow. My GPS saved me on the return trek. Stay close to the river or in it on the return from Neon Canyon.

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Zebra and Tunnel Slots
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2 Completed 0 Reviews

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Zebra and Tunnel Slots
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

Amazing. First time in Utah. The hikes are rich in colored rock. One of my favorites. Research weather and quick sand before this trail. Dress appropriate for taking a dip on a hot day.

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Covered Wagon Natural Bridge Trail
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5 Completed 0 Reviews

Short hike to a natural bridge and an awesome cave.

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Zebra and Tunnel Slots
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36 Completed 0 Reviews

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Devils Garden
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458 Completed 446 Reviews

Hike the area while on a scout trip. Fun little area

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Calf Creek Trail
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458 Completed 446 Reviews

Hiked with family many tears ago. Make sure you take plenty water

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Zebra and Tunnel Slots
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

A pleasant, beautiful and mostly flat hike. The trail starts after the "no collections" sign and can be found easily following footsteps. It follows the wash for the first 2.5 miles or so. The trail divides there, take a left to go to Zebra. You will find the entrance easily following footsteps. If you hang a right, you can do an extra loop and enter tunnel canyon from the other side. Tunnel canyon is generally filled with water and unless you are prepared to get wet and/or cold it is advisable to approach it from the zebra side. It is close to the zebra entrance, towards the right when coming towards zebra. Btw, we did the long loop and explored an adjacent wash. This was quite beautiful; however, there was quicksand (fiancé momentarily slipped in knee-deep), so be careful.

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The Golden Cathedral Trail
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48 Completed 1 Reviews

This is a challenging hike through slickrocks, deep desert sand and requires good navigational skills. There are cairns to mark the trailhead for about a mile and then you're on your own. The best guide I have found is http://backcountrypost.com/trail-guides/golden-cathedral.97/ .

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Neon Canyon
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5 Completed 5 Reviews