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Much bigger alcoves
Now in Coyote Gulch, the walls and alcoves get really big! [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Shooting Dad
Jenn and Andrew set up a "Jenn Dad" shot in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Sky Reflections
The wide and shallow water flow reflects the blue of the sky. [enlarge]
Massive Alcove
A massive overhanging alcove in Coyote Gulch [enlarge]
Tree and Wall
A bare tree contrasts nicely against a red rock wall in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Pu Cranes
Pu Cranes his neck upwards at the huge mass of overhanging sandstone above. [enlarge]
Hiking in Coyote Gulch
Jenn and Roland hiking in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Pleasant Corner
Sunlit trees and a deep shady alcove at a turn in Coyote Gulch, not far above Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch. [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Hoppity-skip
One of many stream crossings in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Back and forth
One of many stream crossings in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Intertwined trees
Reaching, reaching upwards towards rock and sky in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Nearing Jacob Hamblin Arch
A very pleasant stretch of path near Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) Arch. [enlarge]
Scenic Loo
One of two open-air backcountry toilets near Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) Arch. [enlarge]
Alcove before the arch
A view of the upstream alcove just above Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) Arch. [enlarge]
Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) Arch
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courtesy PChen
Picture perfect
A picture perfect framing of sky and rock, as seen through Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch. [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Massive Scale
This shot of Andrew shows the scale of Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch. [enlarge]
Massive Scale
This shot of Pu, Jenn, and Roland crossing under the arch shows the scale of it. [enlarge]
Massive Scale
This shot of Pu, Jenn, and Roland crossing under the arch shows the scale of it. [enlarge]
Arch and fin
This wide-angle shot shows Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch in a context where you can see how it is a basically a big hole in a relatively narrow fin. [enlarge]
Hamblin Arch exit
A view up to the "5.2 exit route" next to Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch. [enlarge]
Hamblin Arch exit
A view up to the "5.2 exit route" next to Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch. [enlarge]
courtesy RHanel
Downstream of the arch
A shot of Roland on the downstream side of Lobo (Jacob Hamblin) arch. [enlarge]
More beautiful hiking
Our group hikes through more beautiful canyon scenery in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
An old Rincon
A view as we approach an old but beautiful Rincon in Coyote Gulch. Note the spire which marks the remnant of a collapsed arch or natural bridge. [enlarge]
Beautiful Rincon campsite
A view of some tents parked on a particularly nice meadowy spot in the flat of a Rincon in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Path through a Rincon
A wonderful scenic path crosses the meadowy part of an old Rincon in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
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