Hole-in-the-Rock love

Hole-in-the-Rock

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  • We camped at the "Hole-in-the-Rock," and next morning crossed

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  • With two burros trailing behind him, he left the remote southern Utah town of Escalante, heading down the desolate Hole-in-the-Rock Trail towards the Colorado River in search of his favorite things: beauty and solitude.

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  • For those with ample time, an off-road testing vehicle and plenty of spare gas cans, the 55.5 mile Hole-in-the-Rock Road at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is the preeminent "road less traveled."

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  • Papago's Hole-in-the-Rock is a sandstone desert mound with a weathered ceiling that lets light shine through, casting sun rays on the ground that shift depending on the season.

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  • The next day, Ruess set out from Escalante, Utah, with his two burros, heading off on the Hole-in-the-Rock Trail.

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  • The first half of the Hole-in-the-Rock road is passable to all vehicles, but four-wheel-drive is needed for the last several miles, as well as for some of the side roads to trailheads.

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  • The Hole-in-the-Rock road is a remarkable feature of the area.

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  • Visitors wishing to camp typically car-camp at various pulloffs on the Hole-in-the-Rock or Sheffield roads.

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