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Mike wrote a review Jan 2020
Newport Beach, California1,025 contributions624 helpful votes
This slot canyon is fairly easy to get to and empty. It's not as spectacular ar Golden or Mosaic but so private.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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exptraveller501 wrote a review Feb 2019
Brunswick, Georgia320 contributions181 helpful votes
The starting point is the common parking area for both Fall Canyon and Titus Canyon. Off to the left is the start of the path to Fall Canyon. Not well marked but manageable through the terrain until you get to the mouth of the canyon. Once you're in the canyon you can't get lost...only one way to go! The hike is mostly loose gravel and hard dirt surfaces. The loose gravel make the hike more difficult as your feet are often sinking in. Overall not very challenging other than a steady climb up to the dry falls. Total elevation gain is 2400 ft. Alternating sunny and shady areas as you go through the canyon to the end - a sheer rock wall(dry falls). There are a few routes around the wall to continue further in but they are only for experienced climbers. The scenery doesn't change much throughout the 3 mile hike up to the dry falls. The hike is ok and the scenery is good however it gets a bit boring after a while. It took 1.5 hrs to reach the dry falls and 1 hr to return back to the parking area. If you have time, do the hike, if not, you're not missing a lot. You can hike a short section of Titus Canyon and get a picture of what it looks like.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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jojoma56 wrote a review Feb 2019
New York City, New York61 contributions17 helpful votes
This hike is mostly through gravel which makes it hard. You need to follow the trail to the left and behind the bathroom for about half a mile until you see the wash.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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David_Laurie6 wrote a review Nov 2018
Red Bank, New Jersey260 contributions88 helpful votes
Access is where the one way road ends at Titus canyon. Traverse through the alluvium to the mouth of the canyon is not fun but the canyon walk is pretty with very high walls. Go in the afternoon for good lighting
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Date of experience: November 2018
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SVSBLR wrote a review Oct 2018
San Diego, California319 contributions61 helpful votes
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We hiked Fall Canyon, Golden Canyon/Gower Gulch, Mosaic Canyon, the Mesquite Dunes, Sidewinder Canyon, Ubehebe Crater, Badwater Basin, Natural Bridge, and a few other trails at Death Valley, and this was generally not a favorite. It wasn't a bad hike, per se, but it didn’t have as much bang for the buck, in terms of geological grandeur — if time at the park is limited, I’d suggest Golden/Gower instead.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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