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Cohab Canyon Trail, Capitol Reef National Park

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  • The Cohab Canyon Trail again leads Hickman bridge on Highway 24 from Fruita campground close to starting up and into the parking lot, or turned over. We have made it up to half in two days by both sides and ran back each again. Of Fruita from you goes up only a steep serpentine piece up good 100 m, where it has impressive views of the mountains and the Valley near Fruita. Then it continues through the beautiful canyon with spectacular Holey rock walls to a small plateau with a great Hoodoo. This track is great, especially in the afternoon, because the Sun then Nice the Fruita Valley and the mountains irradiated. From the other side (from the parking lot Hickman bridge across the street) it's also first uphill. from here you can walk to the two views North and South overlook. On this route, the directions is confusing. You should follow the signs to the campground, then they stay on the Cohab Canyon Trail, or the way the impressive views. This page is rather advisable in the morning sun, because then the opposite wall of the Fremont River Canyon is lit up.
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  • I did this hike walking straight out of Fruita Campground. It was July so it got pretty hot. But I had plenty of water with me (100 oz hydro pack). Loved the ever changing scenery throughout this hike...  more »
  • This is a superb walk which you start from the car park near the homestead. It climbs quickly and then flattens out as you walk through the canyon. Supposedly where Mormon polygamists hid in the past ...  more »