[< Previous Page]
[page 1] [page 2] [page 3] [page 4] [page 5]
[Next Page >]
Coyote Natural Bridge
A view of Coyote Natural Bridge from the 'upstream' side. [enlarge]
Inee or Outee?
This illusion-creating view of Coyote Natural bridge makes you wonder: is the rock in the arch coming out at you, or going in, away from you... hard to tell! [enlarge]
Pu for scale
Pu in the shot for scale at Coyote Natural Bridge. [enlarge]
Jenn under the bridge
Jenn at Coyote Natural Bridge. [enlarge]
Back through the bridge
From downstream, a view upstream through Coyote Natural Bridge. [enlarge]
Some bushwacking
Not all of the hiking in Coyote Gulch is pleasant path walking. This is an example of the bushwacking one must do (although this is fairly rare). [enlarge]
Coyote Un-natural bridge
Pu and Roland make a particularly difficult stream crossing a little bit easier. [enlarge]
Open Meadow not far from campsite
[enlarge]
courtesy RHanel
Nearing our campsite
Although we do not know it yet, we are very close to where we will decide to set up camp for the day. [enlarge]
Secluded Camp Spot
A view of our secluded little campspot in Coyote Gulch, just upstream of Jug Handle Arch. [enlarge]
Setting up camp
Andrew sets up a tent at our camp site in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Human reptile warms body
Our human reptile warms his cold-blooded body against the warm desert rock at our campsite. [enlarge]
Human reptiles warm bodies
Our human reptiles warm their cold-blooded bodies against the warm desert rock at our campsite. [enlarge]
Boot drying wall
Boots set up to dry at the boot-drying wall at our campsite. [enlarge]
Campsite from above
You can just see a splotch of purple marking where our campsite is hidden in the trees. [enlarge]
courtesy RHanel
Campsite from above
You can just see a splotch of purple marking where our campsite is hidden in the trees. [enlarge]
Campsite from above
An overhead view of our Coyote Gulch Campsite. [enlarge]
Campsite from above
An overhead view of our Coyote Gulch Campsite. [enlarge]
Filtering water
Jenn demonstrates water filtering near our campsite in Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Dinnertime
Eating dinner at our Coyote Gulch camp. [enlarge]
Packing up for day 2
Getting our packs ready for day 2 of our Coyote Gulch Backpack. [enlarge]
Jug Handle Arch
It really does look like a Jug Handle, doesn't it? [enlarge]
Kayenta Waterfall
Our group stands above one of the first of a few waterfalls in the ledgy kayenta sandstone section of Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Wrong turn
Pu captures Andrew, Roland and Jenn on a path high up on the wrong side of the canyon. We should be on the other side. [enlarge]
courtesy RHanel
Pu in Coyote Gulch
[enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Kayenta scrambling
Down here in the Kayenta sandstone, there are a few spots where airy ledges are encountered. [enlarge]
First Glimpse of Stevens Arch
As we near the mouth of Coyote Gulch, we catch our first glimpse of Stevens Arch in the distance. [enlarge]
[< Previous Page]
[page 1] [page 2] [page 3] [page 4] [page 5]
[Next Page >]

[ Exploring the Escalante home page | The main trip report | Phipps Arch | Bighorn Loop | Lower Calf Creek Falls | Coyote Gulch | Egypt 3 | Roland's Trees | Pu's Clouds | Jenn's Dad | Desert Textures | Where did we drive? | Full Picture Index | Full Video Index | GPS Data ]

Send feedback or leave comments (note: comments in message board below are separate from those in above message board)
(6 messages)
(last message posted on Tue Apr 10, 18:13 EDT 2012 by Brian)
Web Page & Design Copyright 2001-2021 by Andrew Lavigne. (Privacy Policy)