Little Wild Horse is a very accessible slot canyon with a paved road leading right to the parking lot so in the spring and summer it is packed with people, it's hot in the summer but the high was only 40F today. As I arrived at the entrance to the canyon a sole hiker was emerging, he had done the complete Wild Horse/Bell Canyon loop and reported that there was no standing water which was great news. After that I had the whole place to myself.
|The entrance to Little Wild Horse from Bell Canyon, the sign has gone and people miss the turn.|
|The dogs explored every ledge, hole and side canyon.|
|Wave patterns in the slot walls.|
|The dogs charged up and down the narrow sections, they had a great time.|
|Entrance to the very narrow section.|
|Nice wavy patterns in Little Wild Horse.|
|The light was quite good but probably better to be there before or at noon for the best angle.|
We backtracked down Little Wild Horse then headed up Bell Canyon
|Frikka points the way up Bell Canyon.|
We walked probably 3/4 of a mile up Bell Canyon before reaching a pile of rubble, Biff really tried to find a way but there wasn't one. It looks like you could go around left but it wasn't possible.
|As far as we got in Bell Canyon.|
|View back over Bell Canyon from the Bell/LWH dividing ridge, La Sals with snow in the distance.|
|Little Wild Horse Canyon from above.|
|Goblin Valley is a few miles east of Little Wild Horse.|