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Black Dragon Canyon Trail

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Black Dragon Canyon Trail

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Tita T wrote a review Oct 2019
Kosse, Texas153 contributions26 helpful votes
Well worth the drive. Beautiful scenery and nice roads. We will definitely do it again. We highly recommend it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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karie wrote a review Sep 2019
Kaysville, Utah5 contributions1 helpful vote
Hard to decipher the dragon on the wall but it was a fun little ride. Not technical. There were some pictographs by the dragon. They were more interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kingmtpg wrote a review Jul 2019
Alamo, Nevada32 contributions4 helpful votes
Worth the effort especially if your wheeling in the area anyway. Part of the San Rafael Reef, just west of the river.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Elise M wrote a review Jun 2019
15 contributions2 helpful votes
Hiked in a few miles. We drove until we couldn’t “comfortably” drive any more with our rented minivan. (We did see a Subaru driving the loop.) Parked and hiked a few miles. Nice hike, interesting petroglyphs. Met another group that recommended we go up to Bucks Wash also, glad we did! We then camped on the land there.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Cec5ilia wrote a review Jun 2019
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin44 contributions16 helpful votes
Thanks, Trip Advisor World, for turning on us on to this great, secret find. Our only regret is that we didn’t plan for more time to make the hike longer, maybe the loop that others have mentioned. Reading some reviews, I was afraid we wouldn’t be able to find it or we wouldn’t be able to get there in our minivan, but we had no problems. The turnoff is right where everyone says it is. The correct dirt road was obvious to us (all the way to the right). There is an area where you cross a wash that sort of looks like a road, but again, it was obvious to stay straight, and we had no issues. We ended up parking at a campsite on the BLM land and walking the last .5 or .75 mile to the start of the canyon because we didn’t think we could get in farther. You can get almost to the opening of the canyon with your vehicle, so keep that in mind if you want to park closer. The hike and canyon were amazing! We are an active couple in our mid-30s with a 3 year-old and a 7 month-old. We each wore a kid and had no issues. We were alone the entire 2-hour hike, except for a small group checking out the pictographs and petroglyphs on the canyon walls towards the beginning of the hike. We also encountered a solo traveler in his Subaru Outback that entered the canyon through the other side. I don’t know how he got his car through in some places. That was a spectacle! This is absolutely worth the adventure. You will find it no problem, just trust the reviews and get out there!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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