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The gulch is most famous because of the last 100 meters, before the junction with Dry Fork of Coyote Gulch - here the ravine cuts deeper into the sandstone, with a series of interlinked potholes, extravagant swirls and fins of rock, and several...more
All reviews peek a boo slot canyon parking lot rock road dry gulch foot climb ft wall trail head upper body strength turned around tight places super fun half mile marked trail rock face bring plenty of water wheel drive
Peekaboo, along with Spooky gulch, were by far our favorite hike in all of Utah. We got lost a little trying to get to the trailhead and found Dry Fork Narrows first. This is about a 1 mile slot canyon you hike out and back...More
Very fun place to start canyoneering. Easy but challenging at the same time. It's better to start at the top and come down than to scale the wall at the place most consider the start closest to the trail area. The picture on this post...More
The gulch begins fairly wide and then becomes narrow as you pick your way over rocks and steady yourself using your hands on the sheer walls. Add to your fun by exiting at one end and then doubling back to the parking lot through Spooky...More
I'm 70 and my children are 30s. Highly recommend a Jeep for this trip. Hole in the Rock road is unpaved. Devils Garden is the first hike on Hole in the Rock but we missed it due to not having perfect directions. Farther down Hole...More
It was so fun!! Our guide, Trevor Lee was a phenomenal person to be leading us! He knew so much about the tour and answered every question we asked. He was so knowledgeable about everything and told us great stories! I really recommend him as...More
We read quite a bit about Peek-a-boo and Spooky gulches before trying them. The short review is that they are indeed amazing, and exploration of these slot canyons was the highlight of our trip, but I would recommend taking a guide.
Concerns I’ve seen mentioned...More
For the last 30 years I have traveled to Escalante and have hiked the Peek-a-boo and Spooky Gulch loops. It truly is a bucket list item, but only if you are relatively fit and not overweight. It is getting harder to do in my mid...More
Response from bugga1949 | Reviewed this property |
May be a bit young, adventurous or not. Peek and Spooky can be very challenging. We saw several children during our hikes but none as young as 3. We met a family with 4 children, with the youngest being 4, Dad carried him on... More
May be a bit young, adventurous or not. Peek and Spooky can be very challenging. We saw several children during our hikes but none as young as 3. We met a family with 4 children, with the youngest being 4, Dad carried him on his back the majority of the way which would be very difficult and near impossible My recommendation would be no younger than 5. Willis Gulch is the only easy canyon a 3 year old might enjoy.
Response from suzieFortCollins | Reviewed this property |
Yes, no problem. Just don't go if there is a thunder storm coming .if u r going to do the loop be aware coming out of Spooky is a 25 ft rock scramble up and out. And peekaboo has a a 20 ft up at the entrance