#87: Our Favorite Slot Canyons in the Southwest

Breathtaking trails through narrow canyons lie hidden in the vast desert landscapes of the Southwest. These slot canyons, as they’re called, often have walls so close that you can reach out and touch both sides of the canyon – at the same time! And in places, you might even have to squeeze through the tightest passages sideways. Why would anyone want to do this, you might ask? Because the scenery in these canyons is jaw-dropping, to say the least. In this episode, we’re taking you to the Southwest to explore some of our favorite slot canyons in Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, and Southern California. Enjoy!

 

Also!

Please take a gander at our new merch website: www.dirtlander.com. There you’ll find our original “20252” designs, (Smokey Bear’s zip code if you didn’t already know) and other fun, outdoor travel-related gear.

 

Other links:

·     Upper Antelope Canyon – Ticket info

·     Lower Antelope Canyon – Ticket info for Ken’s toursTicket info for Dixie’s tours

·     Buckskin Gulch – The Bureau of Land Management’s site where you can find more info about Buckskin Gulch

 

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