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Mule Canyon Professional Review and Guide
"The trail is sandy but well worn and easy to follow, with few obstacles, making it passable even to novice hikers. You will see several well-preserved Anasazi ruins, most of them grain-storage structures. The trail leads directly to some ruins—please respect these fragile ancient structures. From the bridge spanning Mule Canyon Wash, follow either of two obvious trails that descend abruptly to the floor of the shallow canyon.
There the trails join and quickly lead to the trailhead register. Beyond the register, the well-defined trail follows the edge of the Mule Canyon arroyo, soon crossing the usually dry wash to the grassy bench on the opposite side."
--Ron Adkison, Hiking Grand Staircase-Escalante & the Glen Canyon Region (Falcon Guides).
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