Cottonwood Canyon Narrows

Henrieville, Utah 84736

Cottonwood Canyon Narrows

Cottonwood Canyon Narrows Professional Review and Guide

"Cottonwood Creek, an often-dry stream course, has, over the ages, carved a long, deep, and winding canyon through the steeply tilted rock beds of The Cockscomb, ranging from the shadowed confines of narrow slots to a broad, open wash.

This fine, short hike leads through the final narrow gorge of Cottonwood Creek before the canyon opens up and begins its long, straight journey to the confluence with the Paria River. The hike leads through the most easily accessible section of narrows along Cottonwood Creek, offering a rewarding scenic diversion for anyone taking a drive down the remote Cottonwood Canyon Road."

Cottonwood Canyon Narrows Reviews

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7/28/2010
Easy dry trail. Lots of interensting rock types and beautiful narrows area.
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Trail Information

Henrieville
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
3
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2 hours
Duration
Apr through early June; Sept through Oct
Season
USGS Butler Valley; BLM Smoky Mountain
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Oct 2018