Wahweap Hoodos

Wahweap Hoodos ulasan, Big Water

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32 ulasan
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24
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3
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3
Buruk
2
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0

shesekmatok
Los Angeles, CA685 kontribusi
The Road Less Taken... 5 For the Grand Finale of the Hike
Mei 2019 • Sendiri
Follow the directions from the rangers and u can't go wrong.
Big Water contact station, turn to the other side. Coming from Kanab, turn left to Ethat Ellan road, then Turn left to Fish hatchery road, cross a creek to BLM 327. The Trailhead parking will be on the right.
Cross the road and start walking, when you get to the wash, there's barb wire. The gate is on the right, which needs to be opened in order to enter the trail.
There are no signs on the trail, so don't look for them. Follow the wash for about 4.5 miles and the Hoodoos will be on the LEFT.
Absolutely amazing when you get there, makes you wonder, how and who found them in the middle of nowhere 😊
The hike itself isn't extremely interesting, but I still highly recommend it for the Crown Jewel.
There are a lot of them, huge and small take your time to see them all.
The weather was a bit weird, hot and sandy winds. Check what's installed for ur day before the hike.
Enjoy 😁
Ditulis pada 22 Mei 2019
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Terry M
Campbell, CA218 kontribusi
Fun Hike
Mei 2018
We hiked nine miles round trip the day we visited the Wahweap Hoodos. The hike was fairly flat for the most part and we only saw one group of people as we were leaving. After talking to someone at the Big Water BLM ranger station, we drove past the fish hatcheries and drove our Rav4 across the creek to the parking area. We were able to to this because there wasn't much water in the creek. There's also an area to park in without having to drive across the creek. It would extend your hike a little and you would have to walk across the creek. From our parking area the trail was fairly easy to find. We took lots of camera gear and our lunch and spent a very pleasant day. Fun! We visited in March of 2018.
Ditulis pada 2 April 2019
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Steve F
Bellevue, WA1.037 kontribusi
Hard to find - we failed
Mei 2018 • Keluarga
Tip here is to stop first at the Big Water Visitor Center for directions to reach the hoodoos. We did not do this, relying instead on rather vague directions from a trustworthy internet site. While we had a fun walk up the dry creekbed and did see some interesting sites, we didn't reach the hoodoos.
Ditulis pada 28 Mei 2018
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JW041
Evansville, IN315 kontribusi
No signs and blocked with wire
Apr 2018 • Teman
We went here today and followed the directions to the parking area and then hiked in the wash. There were no signs. We saw what we assume were once signs but we're currently just boards hanging up with no info. There was a fence across the whole wash wrapped in barbed wire. It was unclear if we were to stay away so we decided to turn around.
Ditulis pada 29 April 2018
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Harold W
Upland, CA522 kontribusi
Long hike to outstanding hoodoos and "white-ghost" rocks
Apr 2017 • Sendiri
I'm not sure that some of the review below are correct; but to the best of my knowledge, to get to the Wahweap Hoodoos you (1) leave hwy 89 and Big Water, UT and follow the directions below, passing fish hatcheries. I parked shortly before the dirt road crossed Wahweap Creek and walked from there. You reach the "official" trailhead parking about 1/4 mile after crossing the creek. Follow the signs and you will be led down into the Wahweap Creek bed. Shortly you must crawl through or over a barb-wire fence (probably there to keep ATVs out). After that, you walk up the creek bed, trying to make a somewhat direct route as it meanders back-and-forth up the canyon (also look for places where the walking will be easiest). I had an ideal day - not hot or windy and the creek flow was very low, so it was easy to cross when necessary. After 3+ miles start watching the left side of the canyon for the beginning of the hoodoos. Just beyond the first 2 or three, if you go around the bend to the left, staying close to the canyon wall, you'll come to more hoodoos and "unofficial" trails. At about 5 miles you'll reach the last group, which absolutely outstanding (you'll know when you get there). Get a reasonable early AM start; take plenty of water; allow around 7 hrs total to have time to eat, photograph and enjoy the scenery. Avoid going if the stream is running high, rain is predicted, or in very hot weather.
Ditulis pada 20 Mei 2017
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l-_-Sheila-_-l
Austin, TX194 kontribusi
Shortcut for only 3 miles r.t. hiking to this amazing place.
Des 2016 • Keluarga
You don't have to hike the 10+miles to visit this place. We didn't. Mark "Wahweap Hoodos" on your phone, and enter GPS coordinates 37.166732, -11.722128 and Google Map will route you from US89 to Cottonwood Canyon Rd and then other roads. Please note the road is unpaved and condition may change. Anyway, drive with caution and good judgement. If the road has a blm # assigned to it, it is managed by blm. You may have to cross a couple cattle gates, leave them the way you pass them. Depending on your vehicle, you may still able to drive beyond this coordinates. Anyway, then you walk toward the wash/creek and walk upwards. Round trip is less then 3 miles. -- please note, the information was accurate til end of 2015. Please use your caution and judgement as the road condition may have changed and maybe there are new sign/rules about using these roads.
Ditulis pada 24 April 2017
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WillowFriday
Nanaimo, Kanada11 kontribusi
Out of this world landscape!
Feb 2017 • Teman
This was not easy hiking. The sand is deep and you have to be alert with every step not to twist your ankle on the rocks that are peeping out. On the plus side the sand has the most hypnotic forms and the rocks are stunning colours so it is very enjoyable watching the ground. In fact it was quite distracting and we had to pull our cameras out several times to capture the beauty.
The only real downside was getting caught in a sandstorm on the way back. Didn't think about that and would have brought plastic bags to cover my gear/pack better.
Please be ever so gentle on the ground at the hoodoos it is fragile and can crumble easily.
The greens purples and oranges of the ground around the hoodoos were an unexpected surprise. I thought it would be mostly white or brown. Really vibrant land.
Ditulis pada 20 Maret 2017
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AZ85603
Phoenix, AZ242 kontribusi
well wort the 20mile drive from Glenn Canyon Dam
Okt 2016
The rock formations here are outstanding! It is well wort the 20mile drive from Glenn Canyon Dam. There are signs along the road where to park. Beware, there is no shade or water and be prepared for at least a one mile walk.
Ditulis pada 21 November 2016
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TrueTravelAdventures
New York City, NY319 kontribusi
Amazing Remote Place
Apr 2016
Wahweap Hoodos is a very remote place that requires a very long quite difficult hike in the sandy Wahweap Wash.
But it is worth the effort of getting there. At the end of the hike you will see many White and Grey Mushroom-Like Formations with Brown tops.
In my opinion this should be a whole day trip. You can get the map with directions at the Big Water UTAH Visitor Center.
Ditulis pada 13 Juni 2016
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Robert P
St. George, UT331 kontribusi
You have to see sit to believe it
Mar 2016
What a fantastic fantasyland! Be prepared for a long walk down a mostly dry wash, but the payoff is terrific. I know of no other place that offers the sights you will encounter here. Absolutely bring your camera - and an extra battery along with a large memory card.
It may be too hot in the summer, but check with the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument website for an update on conditions.
Ditulis pada 15 Maret 2016
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