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Mike
Bãi biển Newport, CA1.125 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 1 năm 2020
This slot canyon is fairly easy to get to and empty. It's not as spectacular ar Golden or Mosaic but so private.
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exptraveller501
Brunswick, GA336 đóng góp
3,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 1 năm 2019 • Cặp đôi
The starting point is the common parking area for both Fall Canyon and Titus Canyon. Off to the left is the start of the path to Fall Canyon. Not well marked but manageable through the terrain until you get to the mouth of the canyon. Once you're in the canyon you can't get lost...only one way to go!

The hike is mostly loose gravel and hard dirt surfaces. The loose gravel make the hike more difficult as your feet are often sinking in. Overall not very challenging other than a steady climb up to the dry falls. Total elevation gain is 2400 ft.

Alternating sunny and shady areas as you go through the canyon to the end - a sheer rock wall(dry falls). There are a few routes around the wall to continue further in but they are only for experienced climbers.

The scenery doesn't change much throughout the 3 mile hike up to the dry falls. The hike is ok and the scenery is good however it gets a bit boring after a while.

It took 1.5 hrs to reach the dry falls and 1 hr to return back to the parking area.

If you have time, do the hike, if not, you're not missing a lot. You can hike a short section of Titus Canyon and get a picture of what it looks like.
Đã viết vào 10 tháng 2, 2019
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jojoma56
Thành phố New York, NY84 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 1 năm 2019 • Cặp đôi
This hike is mostly through gravel which makes it hard. You need to follow the trail to the left and behind the bathroom for about half a mile until you see the wash.
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David_Laurie6
Red Bank, NJ257 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 11 năm 2018 • Cặp đôi
Access is where the one way road ends at Titus canyon. Traverse through the alluvium to the mouth of the canyon is not fun but the canyon walk is pretty with very high walls. Go in the afternoon for good lighting
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SVSBLR
Tucson, AZ376 đóng góp
3,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 10 năm 2018 • Cặp đôi
We hiked Fall Canyon, Golden Canyon/Gower Gulch, Mosaic Canyon, the Mesquite Dunes, Sidewinder Canyon, Ubehebe Crater, Badwater Basin, Natural Bridge, and a few other trails at Death Valley, and this was generally not a favorite. It wasn't a bad hike, per se, but it didn’t have as much bang for the buck, in terms of geological grandeur — if time at the park is limited, I’d suggest Golden/Gower instead.
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LabmeisterII
Morro Bay, CA172 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 4 năm 2018 • Cặp đôi
We hiked this about 8 years ago and the return was just as impressive. this is a modest walk on fairly loose gravel and a surprisingly steep upgrade. Dead end at a small dry falls that likely has a way around...but not our mid-60's age troupe. Massive vertical faces and changing texture/striations in canyon walls. Some stealth campers our early morning hike. a few small side hikes including a second triple dry falls.
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Daniel A
Bắc Kinh, Trung Quốc33.059 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 7 năm 2017 • Cặp đôi
We were in Death Valley on a road trip and heard about this canyon. We went on a couple of hikes and this was one. It wasn’t my favorite in hindsight but it was still nice hike. It was just too hot so we had to cut it short but it was ok.
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herb v
West Amwell, NJ469 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 1 năm 2017 • Một mình
A great hike through the canyon. Not as popular as some of the trails closer to the visitor center, but well worth the trip.

(NOTE - the "road" up to the trail head is very rocky. You can go in a car but be careful and take your time. It is two way so please remember to be courteous)

Start at a common parking area for both Fall Canyon and Titus Canyon trails. Off to the left is the start of the path to Fall Canyon (behind the bathroom) . Not well marked but manageable through the terrain until you get to the mouth of the canyon. Then off you go through the canyon.

Not too rocky, mostly loose gravel and hard dirt surfaces. Nothing too challenging that would require rock climbing or scrambling. But - a steady elevation gain of about 2400 Ft/740M.

Alternating sunny and shady areas as you go through the canyon to the end - a sheer rock wall. There are a few routes around the wall to continue further in but they are only for experienced climbers with the right gear.

It can be cool depending on time of year, but you will work up a sweat no matter when you go. As with everything else in the park - pace yourself, bring plenty of water and food and take the time to enjoy the solitude, silence and natural beauty.
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Ed M
St. Albans, UK12 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 10 năm 2016 • Bạn bè
I hiked Fall Canyon solo in early October. It was absolutely wonderful - about 70-80 degrees depending on elevation, and I had the entire canyon to myself the whole time. if anyone is looking to enjoy a challenging hike with amazing views then this is for you.

A couple of bits of advice. The warnings you will read everywhere about the dangers of hiking in Death Valley are there for good reason. Though the heat was no problem the day I hiked, I would not have attempted this hike during the summer. The major risks here are terrain and isolation. While the elevation is very gradual, the ground is rough the whole way - you're essentially trudging through gravel and sand so it's tiring. About 3-4 miles in you will come to a large dry fall. There is a bypass on the right if you backtrack about 100 yards, but this involves some dangerous ledges - I stopped to consider it several times before deciding to proceed, and was rewarded with another few hours of wonderful hiking. However, a fall here could possibly be fatal, and if not you would be hours from assistance assuming you could get a message out.

The last couple of miles to the parking area are unpaved - I managed it OK in a regular car going slow. High clearance would be useful but not essential.

Focussing on the positives, this is a great hike for fit and experienced hikers wanting a taste of Death Valley's canyons.
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OhioHick
Ohio, USA8.808 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 3 năm 2016 • Cặp đôi
The original idea was to drive through Titus Canyon but on the advice of the Ranger we spoke with at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center we decide not to risk the tires on our rental car and instead put few miles on our hiking boots in the adjacent Fall Canyon. We got a fairly early start from Furnace Creek on Saturday morning and the drive time was right at an hour to the trailhead, the last 3 miles on gravel road which was fairly well maintained. Even though the dirt access road was cared for it was still rough in stretches. Nothing bad about the road when we made the drive, but the going was slow or the washboard would jar your teeth out; 15 mph was the max speed. After making that short drive, we were glad that we opted out of the 26-mile drive through Titus Canyon. There were only four cars at the trailhead when we arrived. We saddled up and were on the trail about 8:55. While the trail was not marked it was well worn and easy to follow. This was obviously a popular trail but we had it to ourselves at the moment.

The initial part of the trail is open and runs over the rolling terrain of the alluvial fan and is a simple connector between the Titus Canyon trailhead and mouth of Fall Canyon. There were a few springs of wildflowers along this stretch plus nice views back out over the valley. The trail continues along the alluvial fan as it turns toward the mouth of the canyon. The trail is uphill all the way but it seems so gradual that it is really not that noticeable. As I recall there was only one little obstacle all along the trail (well, except the big fall at the end but we’ll get to that later) and that was near the mouth of the canyon where the trail works down a short steep sections into the gravel wash. There are uneven steps here in the dirt wall, but after that it is smooth sailing, albeit the gravel is deep in spots.

This was another great hike into a canyon, but very different from the loop we made up Golden Canyon and back down Gower Gulch. First of all, we started at a much higher elevation with the trailhead sitting at about 940 feet above sea level. There was less variation in color here in Fall Canyon compared to what we saw above Golden Canyon and through the Badlands and Gower Gulch, but there were still amazing displays of red, orange and yellow in the rocks in the canyon walls. The walls of Fall Canyon were also much more massive than anything we saw in Golden Canyon and Gower Gulch as they towered above us for most of the hike. Very different but really a very complimentary hike as the two trails offer a myriad of rewards for us day hikers.

While the hike up Fall Canyon is uphill all the way to the end, it is not a steep climb, in fact it seemed very gradual. But the elevation gain is fairly significant at about 1300 feet. The fall where we turned around is at about 2270 feet above sea level. The distance from the trailhead to this 18-foot tall fall at where we turned around is 3.4 miles according to one hiking book on the area trails (I marked it at 3.6 miles, but the GPS does sometimes get confused in these canyons). Supposedly there is a detour around this fall but it requires some climbing knowledge. For us this was a good place to reverse course and head back down the canyon. On the return trip it seemed like we flew down out of the canyon it seemed more apparent to the eye that we were going downhill where it did not seem that significant on the uphill march. The timing of the hike sort of tells the tale as we took about 2:15 to reach the fall and only 1:45 roughly to get back to the trailhead. While we had the trail nearly to ourselves going into the canyon (we saw eight other hikers) there was quite the crowd of folks that we passed on the return trip.

There were interesting sights all along the length of the canyon, starting with the conglomerate rock layers at the mouth of the canyon. Just a big mix of stones in the wall of the canyon…sort of a river rock concrete. There were also several interesting examples of folds and buckles in the rock strata with the layers going in all directions including a nearly vertical in places. There were also some very nice narrows and slots. Nothing really comparable to the slots in southern Utah or Northern Arizona but there were points that were reminiscent of Willis Creek and Little Wild Horse Canyon, just not nearly as tight. In addition to the geologic marvels there were nice displays of wildflowers all along the trail and we spotted a few small critters (lizards, including a juvenile chuckwalla, and some songbirds).

This was a wonderful hike. Easy trail with plenty of interesting things to see and not too packed with other hikers. This is a trail that I would hike again.
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