Brimstone Gulch, a slot canyon in Grand Staircase Escalanate, Utah.

Brimstone Gulch in Grand Staircase Escalante

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Brimstone Gulch, a slot canyon in Grand Staircase Escalanate, Utah.

I spent a day exploring the narrow slot canyons of Spooky, Brimstone, and Peek-A-Boo Gulch.

Hiking in canyon country was something totally new to me at the time. It felt quite a bit unnerving to me being unable to see readily identifiable landmarks on the horizon like I am used to.

On more than one occasion I felt unsure of where I was going. In fact, I stumbled into Brimstone Gulch first only by accident.

An interesting experience making your way through the narrow canyons which aren’t even wide enough in some places to walk through normally–you have to squeeze through shoulder first.

Shot on my Sony NEX-6.

Also see my backpacking trip through nearby Coyote Gulch.

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Brimstone Gulch in Grand Staircase Escalante

Ryan

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Ryan is an author, adventurer, perpetual wanderer, and self-proclaimed dirtbag (but that might not mean what you think). Originally from Seattle, he headed to Washington D.C. where he spent five years working for Congress before heeding the call of the wild. He set out living in his pickup truck to road trip across the American West. Since then he backpacked through Colombia, drove across all of Central America, and also wrote a best selling book: Big Travel, Small Budget. He just finished driving his old truck across all of South America -- support the adventures by visiting the D2D Shop. Follow the adventures on social media or read more about me.

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