Slot Canyons are a fairly common geological
feature in southern Utah. Some of them are so narrow a
person cannot squeeze through them. They are also dangerous
because there often is no way to escape in case of a flash
flood. This one called Peek-A-Boo Gulch is in the Coyote
Gulch area off the Hole-in-the-Rock Road (see Cliff Arch). The twin spans are true natural bridges resulting
from erosion of the sandstone by flood water rushing down the narrow canyon.
The larger of the two openings has a span of 12 feet.
For directions, ask Rob (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Photo by Rob Jones.