‪The Wave at Coyote Buttes‬

تعليقات حول - ‪The Wave at Coyote Buttes‬, ‪Big Water‬

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‪Out of this World‬
‪أبريل 2017‬
‪نحن محظوظون جدا أن تحصل على تصريح الأولى اليانصيب عبر الإنترنت. بالسيارة من الطريق السريع إلى موقف السيارات في طريق غير مرصوف ووعر نوعا ما، لقد شعرت استغرق الأمر إلى الأبد. الرحلة كانت فى مستوى متوسط. يجب عليك أن تذهب خلال بعض المناطق الرملية تأكد من الحصول على الرمال - دليل المشي لمسافات طويلة. لقد كان دائما أن تأخذ محطة أحذية خارج بلدي للتخلص من الرمال في وأحذية السير لمسافات طويلة. منظر على المشي لمسافات طويلة كان مبهج نوعا ما. قدم صورة فوتوغرافية BLM اتجاه الخريطة، ومن ثم فإن التنقل لم يكن سيئا للغاية. وعندما تكون هناك، لكنني لم أستطع عجب أن هذا المكان من هذا العالم. مهما كان عدد كبير من الصور الفوتوغرافية قد رأيته من قبل الذهاب، ستنبهر من البسيطة. بما أن وصول مقيدة، أنت تعرف أنك لن أقم بالاصطدام مع الكثير من السياح الآخرين، خذ وقتك إلى العديد من الصور الفوتوغرافية. كنا هناك في أواخر نيسان/أبريل، الذي كان الوقت لزيارة مع درجة حرارة مريحة. لا يوجد الظل طوال الرحلة ذلك الحصول على حارة في فصل الصيف.‬

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Timothy Y
ريدوود سيتي, كاليفورنيا2,166 مساهمة
‪We finally hit the lottery and got to go in April. 5 of us logged on the first of the month to apply 4 months in advance for the permits (for 6 people) and 1 of us got it! It's so hard to get. April and May are the most popular months to go.

It was pretty warm when we hiked, but I'm sure it's nothing compared to June, July, and August.

After we hiked the 4 miles, we were in total awe. It's so beautiful and because they limit the amount of people to 60 per day, it's not too crowded. We actually ate lunch at the Wave and hung out there for almost an hour. There are lots of places to visit around the Wave including the mini Wave which is another .25 mile walk. After the Wave, we ended up hiking down into Buckskin Gulch and hiked another 4 miles in that slot.

Be sure to bring lots of water. It's pretty hot and exposed on the hike there. There are a few shady spots once you get there, but most of the time it's going to be hot unless you go in the winter.

In terms of the Southwest, this was the top place I've ever visited next to Havasupai Falls.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 يوليو 2022
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proftourist
‪Fredonia‬, ‪Arizona‬406 مساهمات
‪We went there on our own. Even the hike was with a lot of variation. A truely facinating place with many sights to explore by yourself, if you find them. A GPS is recommended. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 مايو 2022
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Inspiration148522
مساهمة
زوجان •
‪Coyote South Butte Tour

Coral Cliff Tours of Kanab provided great service at a good value. Steve was our guide and exceded our expectations which were high. We were an older couple in no hurry. We have been hiking for 50 plus years and would rate this day as one of the best. Thanks‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 يناير 2022
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Destiny X
133 مساهمة
بمفردك •
‪after 3 years of sporadically entering the online lottery and 4 failed attempts at the wall-in lottery, we finally beat the 0.01% online odds and got the coveted golden ticket. on 11.11 of all dates too. BLM sends out the permits 2 months in advance with detailed instructions. the orientation is recommended but we decided to skip it since we hiked Wirepass and Buckskin Gulch the year prior.

must see EVERYTHING! we started at 10am and got back to the car at 5pm. the trail is surprisingly marked well, esp in the area where most people get lost. the GPS coordinates are also spot on, even the dino tracks!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 نوفمبر 2021
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Gypsygirl
‪Wahpeton‬, ‪North Dakota‬51 مساهمة
العائلة •
‪I won The Wave online lottery after trying for about 6 months.

My college daughter and I spent 2 nights in Kanab, UT for this.

The gravel road out to the trailhead is very rough.

We left the trailhead around 8 am and it took about 1.5 hours for us to hike to The Wave. There were many people around but I can see how you could get lost in the surrounding areas.

The photos don’t do it justice. There is nothing like the real experience.

We explored various other places and then came back for another view and had the place to ourselves.

Midday truly is the best time for photos, as the sun needs to hit the walls for the best colors.

Next time, I would hire a guide though. We wanted to explore other landmarks in the area but had a hard time with our directions.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 أكتوبر 2021
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svuav
‪Red Lion‬, بنسيلفانيا10 مساهمات
‪Took nine years to finally win the lottery for permits. Absolutely amazing. Go to the orientation the day before. They give great advice. In the summer, start right at dawn to beat the heat of the day. It took us about 6.5 hours to complete the hike including time to take pictures. We did run across volunteers on our way out and they were checking groups. Don't try to sneak in. There are fines.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 30 أغسطس 2021
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Rambling Lawyer
غليندال, كاليفورنيا299 مساهمة
‪Was lucky enough to win a spot for two in the lottery so late July date for a hike into the Wave was fixed. Risky in terms of possible temperatures, but in the end we lucked out.

Summer monsoonal moisture kept the temperatures down and the air clear for our hike in. We took our time and, despite an early start, finished up about 1:30 in the afternoon at which time about 90 degrees.

We did the orientation in Kanab ahead of time and I recommend the process for anyone who has not previously done the hike. Questions answered, current conditions explained, etc. Although the route in is easier and clearer than expected, some of the guidance on the route out is helpful. Also, in our case, road conditions were dicey because of the rains and some hikers were stranded the day before coming southbound from Route 89.

We stayed at Jacob Lake - very nice, not too big campground and so approached from the south on Route 89A. The drive in is more reliable from this direction - although we did have to help one group get out of the muck. I used a Subaru Outback with no problems and saw at least one two-wheel drive that got to within a mile of the trailhead (well marked, ample parking).

The hike is about 3 1/2 miles each way and involves some scrambling, especially just before arriving at the Wave, but nothing technical.

The Wave itself is worth its build up. Descriptions, pictures do not do it justice. And there is ample area "behind" (south) of the Wave well worth exploring if conditions permit.

The entire area, around Kanab and along the Vermillion Cliffs offer abundant, interesting hiking much of which is well marked and less "adventurous" for those who need to be eased into off-trail hiking. While we did some hiking around Kanab and along the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, I will definitely be back‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 أغسطس 2021
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Cyndi L
‪Bradenton‬, فلوريدا173 مساهمة
‪We were so excited to score Wave permits on our first in-person try. The hike is long, and hot, even though we arrived at sunrise, but once we saw the amazing formations we forgot all that. The temp in Kanab was 105 that day and the BLM guy said we should expect 110 on the rocks and each person should carry 2 gallons of water. We explored every area around and took about 1000 pictures. It's so amazing what Mother Nature has created. Even the hike to the Wave is beautiful, and the canyon beneath looks like a super cool hike as well. We had lunch on the rocks and were just in Awe of the sights. The hike back was extremely long and hot and harder to navigate even though we watched carefully for landmarks along the way. By the time we reached the last sandy trail, with no shade in sight, we were feel a little heat exhaustion, even though we carried the heavy 2 gallons of water and threw in some Gatorade. We almost ran out of drinks and had to ration for the last mile or so. It's a MUST do if you have the patience to wait for the permits.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 21 يونيو 2021
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Joe H
‪Provo‬, ‪Utah‬77 مساهمة
زوجان •
‪There is a place on earth so unique, fragile, and beautiful that you have to just be lucky to get to visit. It’s in Arizona (just over the Utah border) and it’s called “The Wave.” The US National Park service issues just a few passes every day to visit. There is an online lottery, and they hold 4 passes back for a daily in-person lottery. People come from all over the world to try to get in, but you just have to be lucky. Turns our my wife is a very lucky lady. Last Friday we were skiing with grandkids nearby so Linda suggested we drive to Kanab UT to put our names in the hat for a permit for the Saturday hike. I know of people who have tried for 20+ years to score a permit, but haven’t. Friday morning she joined 280+ other hopefuls requesting access to The Wave. By some miracle she was awarded one of the four passes for Saturday morning!

Even when you’re fortunate enough to be allowed to go it’s a tricky, arduous, and sometimes dangerous journey. The trailhead is about half an hour’s drive down a nondescript bumpy dirt road (they recommend a 4-wheel-drive high-clearance vehicle) that peels off at a sharp angle from historic Highway 89 in southern Utah. If you win a pass you are given special instructions and training to be able to find your way 2-3 hours across the trackless desert sand and rock to finally reach The Wave. People often get lost either coming or going. The whole trek is through stunning terrain. Each hiker needs to pack a gallon of water and be prepared to handle any risks that arise on their own. You are far from cell-phone service or any external help. It truly feels like an adventure. The landscape on the way is so stunning that it’s hard to imagine that The Wave can be better, but when you finally arrive and step into that set of formations everything before almost fades into insignificance.

The remarkable banded sandstone curves and bowls of The Wave are aptly named because they feel almost liquid. The experience is a little disorienting, actually, because we’re not used to solid surfaces seeming so fluid and molten. For me the place was almost sacred, like a natural cathedral.

The geology that enabled the existence of The Wave is interesting. In the Jurassic period windblown sand created layers that were later petrified into a kind of layered rock called Navajo sandstone. As Jurassic wind patterns changed, different sand dunes blew across the southwest desert, cementing into the striations and contours. Later, infrequent rain began etching shallow troughs which, over millions of years were sandblasted by desert winds into the amorphous formations we find there today.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 21 مارس 2021
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Dawn
‪Corona‬, كاليفورنيا7 مساهمات
زوجان •
‪Walked in and tried for lottery for three days. Average of 43 applications and 4 permits given. Less than 10% chance. Our number was called. So fortunate to have the privilege to experience this magical place. I understand why BLM limits the number of people because the sandstone is very fragile. One step and some areas crumble. A true once in a life time experience‬
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