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There are no signs. As you pass a cattle guard, you will see a bunch of cars parked to the right. If you glance over to the left, you will see a foot path. More than likely, this is the trailhead for Zebra and Tunnel...More
I went to Zebra canyon with some friends from my hometown. We looked up all the maps of where the canyon was the day before. I loved the canyon when we got there. Different formations that the ones in northern Arizona that I'm use to...More
I have to say, we planned for water in the bottom of the slot but not how cold the water could be. I made it about 50' in thigh deep water before I had to turn around. The water was just to cold for me....More
This slot was a huge amount of fun to hike. The initial section was filled with water. It was cold but once passed, the prettier part of the slot come into view. Try going early or in the late afternoon as the volume of other...More
We hiked all 5 of the national parks in UT over the course of 8 days, and were ready for a hike that was not cluttered with people. This was perfect! Hiked on 10/8/16, no wash on hike portion but water in the slot canyon...More
We checked in with blm office to check on water levels at zebra slot canyon and they were clueless. They were honest and said they hadn't checked the canyon in weeks and asked if we were coming back this way to give them a report...More
When we booked the tour of Zebra and Tunnel Slot canyons, I wasn't sure of what I was signing up for. I recommend having a guide because of the remoteness of these canyons. We had Jeff Sanders with Desert Dawn and he was great. He...More
Make sure you have good directions and understand your surroundings going in or you could get turned around coming out. First of all from the parking lot make sure you cross the dirt road to get on the trail. It is not marked. We started...More
The hike to this slot canyon was beautiful! We saw so much wildlife and the cliffs and rock formations along the trail were amazing. The canyon itself was a bit difficult to find - might have been easier if we had been given better directions...More
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you should try Peek-A-Boo Gulch is incredible. Its a 2 1/2 mile hike into the area to access 4 slot canyons (dry gulch, peek-a-boo, spooky and brimstone gulch) the entry into peek-a-boo is a little difficult... More
you should try Peek-A-Boo Gulch is incredible. Its a 2 1/2 mile hike into the area to access 4 slot canyons (dry gulch, peek-a-boo, spooky and brimstone gulch) the entry into peek-a-boo is a little difficult because you have to climb up. It will be easy for children 7+ years old. I do not recommend taking a dog because the slot is narrow and some climbing (scrabbling) is required. Plan to spend 5-6 hours to explore the 4 slots and hike in and out.
the colors in those 4 canyons are amazing