Peekaboo and Spooky slot canyon at Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Peekaboo and Spooky slot canyon at Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Who doesn’t love slot canyons? I know I love them and both Peekaboo and Spooky slot canyons are my favorite. Well, I have not visited many but nevertheless the walk through these slots are so beautiful, fun, free and without loads of people. But perhaps it is not for everybody as some parts of the walk can get very SP-O-O-KY.


I wish that I was blogging or atleast knew I was going to blog so I could take loads of good pictures and takes note for the blog. But now I just have to work with what I have and try to write out of my memory…and I can’t remember much other than we had an awesomely fun day!


The Peek-a-boo and Spooky clots canyons are at the Starcase-Esclante National Monument in Utah and the trailhead for these slot canyons can be found about 40km down on the the Hole-in-the-Rock road. To get there I really recommend you to go with a high-clearance vehicles as the road are bumpy or else you will have a very uncomfortable ride…like we had but it was worth it so don’t hesite to try even with a ordinary car.

From the parking you will need to walk about 1km steep path down to slots.

Peekaboo Spooky slot canyon

Looks very inviting right?

I remember us walking without really knowing where to start or where to finish the hike. But we just went wherever and we had fun, that is what these slots are about…fun!

I can’t remember exactly what picture was taken at what slot but I do know that the most narrow slot is the Spooky one.

Spooky slot canyon peekaboo slot canyon

It is really an amazing feeling to be walking between these stone walls.

Spooky slot canyon

peekaboo slot canyon

Peek-a-boo! Where is David?

I wouldn’t say that the hike was difficult but I can understand that some would find the hike very hard because at some part you will need to climb using both of your hands, be on your butt or squeeze yourself through a small hole. And this is not a walk for those who have claustrophobia.

But would I do this hike with Mirabelle, my almot two years old dughter? Yes I would! With some difficulties but we would manage.

I just can’t get enought of this mix of warms colors. 50 shade of red.

Peekaboo slot canyon Spooky slot canyon

Spooky slot canyon Peekaboo slot canyon

It is getting narrow! Perhaps not for someone with a pregnant or not especially with a beer belly.

Just watch out of where you lay your hand!

Spooky slot canyon Peekaboo slot canyon

Yes this is the only way out, unless you want to turn back where you came from.

Spooky slot canyon Peekaboo slot canyon

What do you guys think? Would you get spooked?

 

You can read about my other favorite slot canyon, Antelope canyon…for free! You will get amazed.

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76 Comments
  • Amber Myers
    Posted at 12:35h, 21 September Reply

    Wow, what a gorgeous place to explore. I’ve never been to a place like this. But eek about that giant spider. That would freak me out.

  • Ania Travels
    Posted at 19:46h, 21 September Reply

    This looks amazing!!!! I would love to go hiking here. Though I might be a little afraid of going alone, just in case I get stuck between rocks lol.

  • Stephanie
    Posted at 12:56h, 22 September Reply

    This place is breathtakingly beautiful and scary at the same time. The lines in the stone walls is majestic. Amazing how nature just carves out such beautiful places to be explored.

  • Jojo Hua
    Posted at 13:41h, 22 September Reply

    Oh my goodness! I loved the Grand Canyon when I went there (I actually shed a tear, it was that beautiful). But this one looks incredible! I’ve pinned it to my boards as somewhere I’d love to go someday. Thanks for sharing with us!

  • Elena
    Posted at 14:19h, 24 September Reply

    I have been only to the Grand Canyon in my life and I was speechless. I love nature and I am impressed how creative it can be.

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