Hiker in slot of Leprechaun Canyon in North Wash, Hanksville, Utah, USA.
A hiker squeezes out of the narrow east fork (down from the Inscription Chamber) of Leprechaun Canyon in North Wash, between Hanksville & Hite, Utah, USA. Leprechaun Canyon's sandstone dates from the Triassic-Jurassic Period. Directions: from Hanksville, drive 26 miles south on Highway 95 to the junction with Utah 276 and stay left on H95 for another 2.0 miles across a wash, then park on the left (east) along a short road within the first 100 feet before its sandtrap end. Walk up the wash of Leprechaun Canyon 2 miles round trip to a gorgeous subway which narrows to a tight squeeze called Belfast Boulevard. Nearby, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area is just 8 miles south on H95.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download