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courtesy RHanel
Coyote Gulch rapids
Roland looks straight down from a boulder into some burbling rapids in Lower Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Coyote-Escalante Confluence
The little trickle of water joining the main flow of water is the confluence of Coyote Gulch and the Escalante. [enlarge]
Roland above the Escalante
Roland at a perch high above the Escalante River [enlarge]
Roland above the Escalante
Roland soaks in the view at our overlook spot high above the Escalante River near Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Pu and Escalante
Pu posing on a rock outcrop high above the Escalante River. [enlarge]
Pu and Stevens Arch
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The sandy exit route
This is a view looking up at the sandy slope that leads up to a short cliff (at the very top) in which is found "crack-in-the-wall" [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Andrew and Jenn
Andrew and Jenn at a lookout at the Coyote-Escalante confluence. [enlarge]
Pu and Jenn dwarfed
A tiny Pu and Jenn are dwarfed against the grand scenery of the Escalante River Canyon and Stevens Arch. [enlarge]
Pu and Jenn above Escalante
Pu and Jenn at an overlook above the Escalante River. [enlarge]
Stevens Arch Closeup
A closeup view of Impressive Stevens Arch. [enlarge]
Hiking back from the lookout
The group hikes back from our Escalante River lookout. [enlarge]
courtesy RHanel
Happy Sandwich Eater
Even while eating, Pu looks happy! [enlarge]
Oh yeah - that feels good!
Jenn enjoys the feel of fingernails in greasy hair! [enlarge]
Warm enough for this guy
The day has warmed enough for the lizards to start coming out! [enlarge]
Tiring Sandy climb
The group on the tiring loose sandy exit climb out of Coyote Gulch. [enlarge]
Another Stevens Arch shot
Another nice view of Stevens Arch. [enlarge]
Wonderfully sculpted slickrock
huge, beautiful sandstone formations near the Coyote-Escalante confluence. [enlarge]
A pause on the way out
Jenn takes a pause to soak in the view on the way up the sandy slope to Crack-in-the-wall [enlarge]
Another steep sandy trail shot
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Looking up to the wall
A view looking up the last bit of steep sandy trail that leads to Crack-in-the-wall, which is directly ahead in the cliff band you see in the picture. [enlarge]
Crack-in-the-wall
A narrow crack marks the way to get up the wall and onto the open desert above. [enlarge]
courtesy RHanel
Setting up Pack hoist
Andrew throws down some twine for setting up a pack hoist. [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Hoisting Packs
Andrew lifts a pack past the main crack at crack-in-the-wall. [enlarge]
courtesy PChen
Hoisting Packs
Andrew lifts a pack past the main crack at crack-in-the-wall. [enlarge]
Hoisting Packs
Andrew lifts a pack past the main crack at crack-in-the-wall. [enlarge]
Upper crack-in-the-wall
The upper part of crack-in-the-wall is wider - enough to muscle the packs through. [enlarge]
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