Bring climbing gear if you want to go
beyond the obstacles at mile 4.
Burro Wash would be very
dangerous in rainy weather due to
Be careful while hiking this trail.
Falling may cause severe injury. Do
not hike if there is any chance of rain
in the area.
Wear shoes or
sandals that will be
appropriate for walking in
water. You may encounter
places where you will walk or
wade through pools of water.
This trail is located 7.8 miles south of Hwy 24 on Notom-
Bullfrog Road. Trail Type
This trail is for hiking only. Distance
This trail is approx. 4 miles each direction, making the
total distance approx. 8 miles. Difficulty Hard
This hike is difficult. It is better if at least 2 people hike
this together so they can help each other along.
The trail starts out easy in an open wash area. Three
miles into the slot canyons start and many obstacles
that would be difficult for inexperienced hikers/climbers.
Trail Coordinates / Points of Interest
|Name (Click name below to view map)||GPS||Latitiude||Longitude|
|Burro Wash Trail||38d10'52.72" N 111d05'39.53" W||38.181311||-111.094314|
Get a closer look
Because this trail is so difficult, it is easy
to get caught up in just finishing it rather
than enjoying it along the way. Make sure
you take the time to experience the trail
and get a closer look at the beauty, rather
than just complete it.
Take in the views
The beautiful and unique Navajo
Sandstone blankets the Burro Wash
area. This trail is located right in the
heart of the white rock, which sets it
apart from the other slot canyons. This
makes for fantanstic views that are
unique in this area.
Do it at your own pace
Bring your camera and a tripod for the best
photographs in the darker areas of the slot
canyons. Enjoy the adventure of negotiating
the twists and turns of this narrow passage.