White Tower

Glendale, Utah

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A route through Four Mile Hollow ending at White Tower. This route traverses land administered by the Bureau of Land Management and crosses the fringes of private land as well. Since Four Mile Hollow and the upper reaches of Kanab Creek are administered by the BLM, the area is heavily used by grazing cattle. Evidence of heavy grazing, such as disturbed soil and damaged vegetation, are obvious throughout the trek. Because cattle contaminate the waterways, drinking from water sources along this route is not recommended, even if the water is filtered. Bring enough water to last the entire hike without having to take any from the stream.
Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

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Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

by Erik Molvar & Tamara Martin (Falcon Guides)

A route through Four Mile Hollow ending at White Tower. This route traverses land administered by the Bureau of Land Management and crosses the fringes of private land as well. Since Four Mile Hollow and the upper reaches of Kanab Creek are administered by the BLM, the area is heavily used by grazing cattle.

Evidence of heavy grazing, such as disturbed soil and damaged vegetation, are obvious throughout the trek. Because cattle contaminate the waterways, drinking from water sources along this route is not recommended, even if the water is filtered. Bring enough water to last the entire hike without having to take any from the stream.

© 2013 Erik Molvar & Tamara Martin/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Glendale
Distance: 6.1
Trail Type: Point-to-Point
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 4 hours
Season: April-May
Local Contacts: Bureau of Land Management, Kanab Field Office
Driving Directions: Directions to White Tower

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