The sandy road to Peekaboo Slot Canyon in Utah

The sandy road to Peekaboo Slot Canyon in Utah

Located in Kane County, in the U.S. state of Utah, Peek-a-boo Gulch is a short slot canyon. Driving is a challenging option. This is not the road to practice your sand driving skills if you are inexperienced.

Can you drive to Peekaboo Slot Canyon?

Tucked away in the Dry Fork area of the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument area, the road to the slot canyon is totally unpaved and very sandy. It’s called Bureau of Land Management 252. Starting at Hole in the Rock Road, the drive is 2.57km (1.6 miles) long.

Is the road to Peekaboo Slot Canyon difficult?

In order to drive this road, you need a high-clearance, four-wheel-drive vehicle (low range). It’s a very sandy (deep and soft) road. Not recommended unless you have a lot of sand driving experience and a very capable 4X4. Even experienced drivers can get hung up in the sand from time to time.
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