While the Beehive State has plenty of ideal outdoor destinations, this one is a tiny treasure perfect for an afternoon in nature. Little Wild Horse Canyon in Utah is a slot canyon perfect for adventure seekers. Some of the canyon walls sit so close to each other you have to slide through sideways, but the gorgeous orange walls are great for photos.\nIf you've explored many of the state's picturesque parks and lush swimming holes, you will want to add this one to your list next.\nLittle Wild Horse Canyon in Utah combines the breathtaking slot caverns of Zion or Antelope Canyon with the desert landscape from nearby Goblin Valley.\nThe sculpted, towering rock walls provide narrow passageways perfect for exploring and snapping some incredible photos.\nDepending on the time of year, you can hike along the narrow trails between sandstone formations, or wade through waters that have collected in the canyons after significant rain.\nYou can choose to hike in and back as far as you want or take the trail to Bell Canyon for an 8-mile loop around the area.\nView this post on Instagram little wild horses keep dragging us away... oct 2018 #littlewildhorsecanyon #goblinvalley #utah #castlecountry #slotcanyon A post shared by Aimee Eff Burrows (@aim.eff.bee) on Oct 18, 2018 at 2:45pm PDT\nTo reach the beginning of the trail, you can head west on Highway 24 to Temple Mountain Road. After five miles, you will turn south towards Goblin Valley Road.\nFor six miles, follow that road until you reach Wild Horse Road. Another five miles will bring you to the trailhead.\nView this post on Instagram •April 16, 2020• Holy, am I missing you guys! I want to see your smiling faces again! How are you all doing? I hope everyone is well. Good weather is coming and I can’t wait to start capturing your precious moments in it. (Maybe I’ll do a cool deal soon). In the meantime, how COOL is this place? I forgot my camera for this trip but so happy I still had my phone. I cannot wait for more summer adventures like this! Tell me, what are you most excited for when social distancing is over?! • • • • #utah #utahphotographer #utahphotography #photography #photographer #northernutahphotographer #northernutahphotography #webercountyphotographer #iphone #iphonex #landscapephotography #landscape #slotcanyons #slotcanyonsofutah #adventure A post shared by Chelsey Slama Photography (@chelseyslamaphoto) on Apr 16, 2020 at 7:44pm PDT\nFrom there, you can explore the incredible canyons and rock walls that make up the area, as well as snap some seriously epic shots of the sandstone colored caverns.\nIt is free to park at the canyon, but you should arrive early to snag a space as the lot can fill up fast.\nView this post on Instagram Our first slot canyon hike 🚶🏻🚶🏻♀️🐕🦝 A post shared by Andy Shaw (@innofection) on Mar 17, 2020 at 7:47am PDT\nThe dreamy twists and turns of the stone walls are the perfect outdoor adventure for a day in the desert.\nLittle Wild Horse Canyon\nDifficulty: Moderate\nLength: 8-miles roundtrip\nLocation: Latitude: 38.58299444, Longitude: -110.8029\nWhy You Need To Go: These stunning slot canyons are full of twisting alleys and towering rock walls for the perfect nature escape.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.