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USA Wild Horse Window

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An amazing natural arch in southern Utah.

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Remote area of desert with no amenities or conveniences nearby. Bring water. There are a couple of dirt roads leading off of the paved road, each leading to flat area suitable for parking. There are no signs or clearly visible trails, but look up into the hills and you'll see what looks like two caves: that's where you want to go. To get there you'll first have to hike down into a dry river valley, then up the other side on an open rock incline. It will take about an hour to make the climb. Just before the cave, you'll have to make a decision between dropping down a two meter rock face, or wading through a pool of water. I recommend going through the water, because if you sprain your ankle out here, you'll be in big big trouble...
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
Best Timing Daytime during fall
Sunrise & Sunset 07:32 - 17:38 | current local time: 01:06
Locations Utah
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