Trail winds back and forth across Kane Creek for its entire length. Erosion eats away at the trail but, so far, repairs have kept it open. The canyon is wide at first, but soon narrows and the broad drops into the creek. Once in the creek, you can’t get lost too badly, but you certainly do get confused at times. This part of the canyon is constantly changing, so look hard for markers and try to stay on designated route. This trip, we ran the trail after several days of heavy rain and one of the worst storms possible the night before. To our surprise, we finished the trail in 5 hours, but it was truly an adventure of a lifetime. As the trail dries out and more people drive it, it gets easier to follow, but it’s always a challenge. UTVs and ATVs can do this trail, but not with the high water we had.
Hot in summer. Take bug repellent in the hot summer months.