This classic Utah hiking tour is perhaps the most famous backpacking trip in the Escalante region. The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream featuring endless sandstone canyons, waterfalls, natural arches, hanging gardens and ancient Native American ruins. And hiking Coyote Gulch is the single best way to experience all of these highlights. The towering Navajo Sandstone cliffs reach higher and higher as you make your way through this picturesque gorge. You will sleep peacefully beneath star-studded skies, drink from crystal clear springs and stand under immense natural arches. This 25-mile long canyon joins the Escalante River by Steven’s Arch, one of the largest in the entire Escalante region. Discover ancient relics left by the Fremont Indians, who occupied this area over 700 years ago. Their stone structures and rock art still dot the landscape. Our professional Utah hiking guides have been traversing this region for nearly 20 years and know it intimately. They will ensure you don’t miss a thing. Join us for an unforgettable adventure through this fantastic canyon wilderness!