Hike Hackberry Canyon to Yellow Rock

Presented by: Great Old Broads for Wilderness- Chris Gorzalski

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Description: Join public lands advocate Chris Gorzalski and Great Old Broads for Wilderness (Southwest Utah Chapter) for a moderate 5-mile hike over varied terrain. Expect some water in Hackberry Canyon, a very steep climb (and descent) of the Cockscomb ridge, and another climb up the sandstone dome of Yellow Rock. Cottonwood Rd. may be impassable if there has been recent rain. In that case, an alternate hike will be found. Bring lunch, snacks, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and plenty of water. Hiking poles recommended. Advance registration required. Limit 12 people

Location: Hackberry Canyon Trailhead, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Directions: To carpool, meet in Kanab at 9:00 AM at the Earthfest Information Table, Kane County Office of Tourism, 78 South 100 East, Kanab Utah, or go directly on your own to the trailhead by driving East on US Hwy. 89 about 48 miles, then North on Cottonwood Rd. 14 miles. Park at Hackberry Trailhead. 4WD vehicles are recommended.

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