From Goblin Valley State Park (Between I-70 and Hanksville, UT), drive back up the road
less than 50 yards until you can turn left down a dirt road (just after the huge butte
thing near the GVSP entrance).
Drive for five or ten miles. As soon as you dip down a
low little wash, you'll see a parking lot right there on the right. Park there and hike up
the wash into slot canyons.
When the canyon divides, turn right for Little Wildhorse Canyon, which is narrower and
cooler but busier. Go straight (the left option) for Bell Canyon which is quieter,
cleaner, and not as tight or high-walled.
Remember: only a fool hikes in the desert without plenty of water.
A perfect sunset ends a perfect day
|All in all, the trip turned out a perfect quick get away.