Backpacking Buckskin Gulch – Wire Pass to White House

October 30, 2017 9:37 am  |   Published by
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Backpacking Buckskin Gulch – Wire Pass to White House

Buckskin Gulch is the longest and narrowest slot canyon in the world – a serpintine hallway with walls of solid stone and a floor dotted with boulders where in some places it’s so tight, even the sky is not visible. The rock walls tower anywhere from 100-300 ft tall, and at it’s narrowest, is only 2 feet wide. You can hike Buckskin Gulch in a single day, or carry a full pack and camp in the heart of the slot canyon – an experience only done by up to 20 people per night in the entire 45 miles slot canyon. Because little sun gets through, and as flashfloods sculpt the slot canyon, they leave stagnant pools that rarely evaporate. They’re…

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