“Little Wildhorse Canyon is a high-walled, tight-narrows canyon, spectacular at every twist, turn and corner. Colors and textures run rampant here—a photographer’s delight.”After reading the above portrayal I knew I had to experience the canyon for myself. I did —and I’ve returned three times over the past 9 years.
|There I am (in white), peaking out from between the labyrinthine|
canyon walls of Little Wildhorse.
|This faded midget rattlesnake slithers up the canyon wall.|
The faded midget has a highly toxic venom but
is typically non-aggressive.
(More southern Utah wildlife photos coming in
my next post.)
|Bob "chimneys" over a small boulder on the trail.|
|"Let's see if we can remove this giant boulder that fell|
over the trail." (Our attempt was unsuccessful.)
|Not for the claustrophobic: the walls of the canyon narrow|
as they reach toward the sky.
|The undulating, water-sculpted rocks of Little Wildhorse Canyon.|