Any square mile of territory around Boulder, Utah generally encompases more scenery than the average nation. The Gulch, about 10 miles east of Boulder, is a gentle slickrock canyon with a permanent stream that makes its way to the Escalante River. Leaving the Burr Trail, you can stroll for miles through a relaxing cottonwood park. The lower portion of the canyon changes to a narrows with steep cliffs and overhangs.
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