Erosion forms pockets and holes in Little Wild Horse Canyon, San Rafael Reef, Utah, USA.
Erosion forms pockets and holes in sandstone walls of Little Wild Horse Canyon, San Rafael Reef, Utah, USA. A short drive from Goblin Valley State Park Campground is a great 9 mile loop hike up Little Wild Horse Canyon and back down Bell Canyon. The hike requires some scrambling up and down sandstone ledges, through occasional shallow water holes and fascinating narrow slots. The Navajo and Wingate sandstone of the San Rafael Reef was uplifted fifty million years ago into a striking bluff which now runs from Price to Hanksville, bisected by Interstate 70 at a breach fifteen miles west of the town of Green River. The San Rafael Reef (and Swell) is one of the wildest places left in Utah.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download