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Fish and Owl Creeks Professional Review and Guide
"Springs in the canyon provide water for several beaver dams in the upper reaches of Fish Creek. Also, the observant hiker will find many pristine ruins high on the canyon walls. Binoculars enhance the viewing experience. Continuing down canyon, the trail crosses over the water several times. However, crossings aren’t deep enough to warrant separate wading shoes. Six miles down canyon, the trail turns due south. Trees and brush line the canyon floor, and there are several spots for the night’s camp. Or, several camping spots are at the confluence with Owl Creek, about 8 miles from the point where you arrived at the floor of Fish Creek Canyon."
--Steve Mann & Rhett Olson, 100 Hikes in Utah (The Mountaineers Books).
Hiked the trail owl to fish creek with two dogs. The trail was fairly easy to follow with plenty of water sources. There were some spots where the dogs struggle, especially getting out of the canyon on the fish creek side. Overall enjoyable experience.
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