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Little Wildhorse Canyon

Listed under Canyons in Mountain States, United States.

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If twisting and squeezing your way for hours through a narrow, winding slot canyon is your idea of a good time, then Little Wildhorse Canyon is for you. Located in remote high desert country in Utah, this narrow, sinuous canyon - in places barely wide enough for a normal-sized adult to squeeze through - is 9 miles long. Nearby is the Valley of the Goblins with its hundreds of bizarre rock formations, where many sci-fi movies were filmed.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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