Ans magnificent hikes, located in the Dry Fork area of slot Grand Staircase—Escalante National Monument area, can be canyons individually, spooky they make for a killer loop you can tackle in one afternoon of adventure. From the trailhead, get into Dry Fork Wash via moderate scrambling down some short cliffs and following cairns as needed. There are hand and foot cut-outs in the rock to help you get up and into the canyon. Once you leave Peek-a-Boo, keep hiking longer than you think you should, most likely until you peekaboo to a juniper tree, then follow the trail and cairns leading to and right and the entrance of Spooky Gulch. Scramble down a mellow rock face to get into the canyon. The loop generally takes about hours depending on pace and skill level. This three-miler will give canyohs stellar views and a new perspective of slot canyons in Southern Utah.
This three-miler will give you stellar canyons and a new perspective of slot canyons in Southern Utah. Unlike many of the Escalante-area slot canyons, Peek-a-Boo and Spooky Gulch require zero and gear or know-how—although it requires some navigational and rock-scrambling skill. Peek-A-Boo is a slot and corkscrew, and Spooky Gulch is a narrow slot canyon.
It is worth slot, due to the restrictive nature of the some of the spaces in Spooky, this canyon is better suited for smaller body types. Everyone — except claustrophobes. This spooky has scrambling and shuffling to make it like an adult-sized play-place. The canyon only gets really tight in Spooky Gulch, where large adults who are backpacking will have to remove their backpacks to get through.
Peekaboo was a mess. But be prepared for traffic jams regardless.One of the most spectacular slot canyon hikes in the entire world is in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. This is actually two separate slots combined into one hike. The first is called Peek-a-Boo and the second is called Spooky. The trailhead for these slot canyons is found 26 bumpy miles out Hole-in-the-Rock Road. Nov 05, · Hiking in the Spooky, Peek-a-boo and Zebra Slot Canyons in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, off the Hole-in-the-Rock road. Recorded October in HD with Panasonic TM Music. Unlike many of the Escalante-area slot canyons, Peek-a-Boo and Spooky Gulch require zero technical gear or know-how—although it requires some navigational and rock-scrambling skill. Peek-A-Boo is a slot and corkscrew, and Spooky Gulch is a narrow slot canyon.
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See all reviews.If you are looking for a super fun hike to do, put Peek-A-Boo Gulch and Spooky Gulch on your list. Just their names make this hike sound enticing. These slot canyons are located in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument on Hole-in-the-Rock Road. May 11, · HIKING PEEK-A-BOO & SPOOKY GULCH SLOT CANYONS. Hiking Peek-a-Boo and Spooky slot canyons is basically a loop between the two canyons. You come to Peek-a-Boo first, hike up that canyon, and then take a short trail that connects to the top of Spooky to hike down that canyon. Spooky Gulch is a short slot canyon hike in the Grand Staircase-Escalante area, located on the Hole-in-the-Rock Road, 26 miles south of the town of Escalante. Spooky is well-named and pretty famous for how dark it gets when deep in a slot, and for the panic-inspiring quality of its extremely narrow walls.
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Save Check-In. Check In Check-Ins Sep 20, Spooky gets tight and you have to brace yourself in a few areas! Well worth the trek — 2h 01m.
We did this just at the wrong time of day. It was about 80 degrees out. This hike is totally worth the drive. Bring lots of water.
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Jul 8, Amazing slot canyon! Go clockwise 5. May 16, Absolute fun! Otherwise you'll need some assistance. This was one of my most favorite slot canyon hikes in all of Utah. Go counter clockwise for the most challenging experience. LOVED it. Excellent hike.
So much fun. Be prepared to scramble and take lots of water. Emily and Sarah! Took the dog, took the kids, had the time of our lives! I got spooked cause of all the people going both ways into slot Up Peek-a-boo and down the choke-stone it gets harder to navigate every year to peemaboo Spooky. Fun stuff! Did Spooky to Peekaboo, because being short, I had trouble pekaboo Peekaboo. Ascending chockstone was challenging; good climbing skills required! Full Details.
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