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This is a lovely red-rock trail through Cottonwood Wash Canyon. The trail splits off from the Hell Hole Trail and heads east coming to a dead-end stop where the asphalt ends. It showcases the unique desert landscapes of southern Utah. Look for "meditation rock" along the way in the picturesque and serene canyon. The trail is undulating which makes for a fun ride but features inclines that could be challenging for some users, including wheelchair users and rollerbladers.
On their way back to the start point, users can extend their ride by taking the Hell Hole Trail to the Virgin River Trail.
Park at the Hell Hole trailhead (15 N Red Trail Ln, Washington). This is the location of Canyon Park which is a multi-use park whose highlight is its challenging and fun fitness obstacle course.
Proceed down the Hell Hole Trail about 1/3 mile and turn east on the Cottonwood Wash Trail.
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