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White Valley - Utah
What to do if you have little time : White Valley.
White Valley is another hoodoos area that borders the Utah-Arizona border. Here, the hoodoos are among the biggest we've seen. Attendance is very low although access is easy.
Usual cautionary reminder : provide plenty of water as it is hot.
Short 2,8 miles round trip hike. The beginning of the path is very easy because completely flat. It is only at the edge of the rim that things get complicated. You have to find a not too steep passage to go down to the hoodoos.
Access : from the US89, take the Cottonwood Canyon Road for 3 miles and park on the small roadside parking lot. Then follow the path that runs south.
The accommodations, although abundant in Page, are however insufficient and very expensive. It becomes very difficult to find accommodation in Page. We strongly advise you to book in advance. Otherwise, you may not find accommodation or pay very expensive. We have tested :
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