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  • Bianca Reynaud

    Spooky Gulch, Utah. Beautiful nature.

  • L Beatrice

    Spooky Gulch, south of Escalante, Utah. Travelers who are claustrophobic may want to avoid hiking Spooky Gulch. Passageways are so narrow in some places, hikers have to squeeze through sideways. It also can be quite dark on the canyon bottom. This canyon walk is 5 km (3.2 miles) roundtrip. Those who don’t want to go back the way they came can climb the canyon walls or continue on through Peek-a-boo Gulch, another beautiful slot canyon.

  • Jasmine Adel

    Spooky Gulch, Utah - Located off the aptly named Hole-in-the-Rock Road in Coyote Gulch, southern Utah, Spooky Gulch is so-called because so little sunlight is able to reach its sandy, streambed bottom. No wider than 15 inches in most places, it is 30 feet deep. Looks like chocolate!

  • Carlos Sathler

    Spooky Gulch, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Utah

  • Aangi Mueller

    Spooky Gulch, Utah. Antelope canyon az

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