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Horseshoe Canyon

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I can't express in words the the impression left on me and my wife by the Grand Canyon. Pictures don't do it justice.....all I can say is it's a must visit!
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I was so excited to come here and finally see the Great Gallery! We had reserved an SUV knowing that we'd be driving on some sketchy roads but ended up with a horrible car rental company (Fox) who stuck us with a Dodge Charger instead. Having the car made us question the drive
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Can’t go wrong with any of the hikes in Utah... Horseshoe Canyon is amazing everywhere you look! I’d highly recommend hiking as many trails as you can!
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I’ve done this hike twice. The drive to the canyon is 30+ miles on dirt/gravel roads. With even a small rain shower, this road turns into a slippery mess! I have a Jeep Rubicon and had no problem after a small rain but a Lexus was in trouble and turned back. The road can be done
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Horseshoe Canyon is a subunit of Canyonlands NP, so park rules apply. I have done this hike twice, and at least one park ranger was there each time. You will need to drive on a dirt backway to the edge of the Canyon. This road is bumpy in places and high clearance is preferred.
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