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Hayduke Trail, The

Feel like stretching the legs?

Named for an Edward Abbey character, the Hayduke Trail is a route that starts at the Weeping Wall in Zions National Park, takes a drop through Arizona into the Grand Canyon, winds North through the Grand Staircase Escalante, then along the rim of Glen Canyon to Canyonlands, Moab and finishes in Arches.

Let's see, for this hike you would probably want a water bottle, a backpack and a super gnarly well honed hiking body that's been tested against the high desert elements.

On completion, your legs will be very well stretched.

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Site NameThe Hayduke Trail
Review History2010-10-24
Pathwww.hayduketrail.org
Category Saint George: Recreation
URLsaintgeorgeutah.us/kewl.html?dt=2010-10-24
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