Dry Fork Wall Arch 1
It's 25.9 miles on the Hole-in-the-Rock Road from the tarmac (Hwy 12) to the side road leading to the Dry Fork Coyote area. Turn left (East) where the sign reads "Dry Fork Trailhead 1.7 miles." At the 0.6 mile point from the Hole-in-the-Rock Road, go left at a "Y" junction. Continue for 1.6 miles to the trailhead. Look out across the bowl to a large vertical wall. To the right of this wall is a narrow gap. This is Peek-a-boo Gulch. Cairns lead you into the main canyon. Brimstone Gulch is a short distance down Dry Fork Coyote. Both slots are very narrow and may contain chockstones which make through passage difficult. The wall arch is along Dry Fork Coyote between Peek-a-boo and Brimstone.

Photo by Rob Jones
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