Ellie Jo

Beautiful and a way to get away from the crowds. Go as far as you like, I think the trail extends up to 20km even!!

In a beautiful location, but it would appear that the secret is out as there were probably 50 people there at 5pm in early June. No showers + non-treated water with so many people grossed me out a bit, but it is in a beautiful setting so if you're not bothered by coliforms you may love it!

Great guide above. Second the warnings about deaths in the area, please be careful! On a weirder note there are little fish in the water that nibbled the dead skin off our feet, so free pedicures!

An amazing, unique place. I will second the warnings to have an adequate vehicle: we rented one from xpress in kanab that was a little pricy but worth it. White pocket may move to a permit system, so now is your chance to go whenever and camp close by sans fees or a lottery! The light at sunrise and sunset there was magical.

Started at White House and packed to just beyond where Buckskin Gulch intersects. We camped there 2 nights, and used our day of rest to do some exploring in buckskin gulch. We went in June, when there was enough water past the confluence to drink but we didn't have to wade to hike. Very beautiful and secluded with amazing night skies! PS be ready to pack your poop out in special bags they give you at the ranger station 😹

A beautiful short day hike ending at beautiful cool pools of water and several small waterfalls. Bring lots of water and be careful on the rocks in the pools, as they are quite slippery! Also, no dogs on the second part of the trail due to bighorn sheep