This ambitious trip surveys the central portion of Grand Gulch, perhaps the most difficult part of the gulch to traverse. It is an arduous journey: The trail is often vague and overgrown, and much of the way follows the floor of the wash.
The 3.9 miles between Bullet and Step Canyons is a difficult segment, involving nearly continuous bushwhacking through a riparian jungle of willow and tamarisk. Water sources are widely separated, and there are long stretches in the gulch that offer no campsites.
Mexican Hat, UT - Backpacking,Hiking - Trail Length: 29.5