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Squirrel Canyon is first but looks dry and less scenic. There are two parking spots for Water Canyon. You stay near the water with many pools, shallow in November. Dogs will love it! Easy hiking for maybe 500 yds and then it climbs on a...More
Early morning is the best time to make this beautiful trek. Some rock scrambling is needed and leashed dogs are permitted, but leave the geriatric pups at home. Several places to water dogs, but pack plenty just in case. We went in at least 2...More
This is one of the most beautiful hikes I have ever done. Think of the most amazing spot in Zion National Park, and then take away the Disneyland crowds....and you have Water Canyon. Well worth your time.
You basically turn( Utah street) at the Subway restaurant and drive a few miles until you see an actual sign- Water Canyon. The road gets kind of bad but you should be able to get in with a normal car. There are two spots to...More
This hike has all the great scenery and bits of nature that Utah has to offer all in one. There is a naturally formed arch, weeping rocks and a red mountain backdrop. The hike itself was a little bit much for the two 6 year...More