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Overview

RATING: 3A

Tue

86 | 50

Wed

88 | 52

Thu

88 | 55

Fri

82 | 57

Sat

83 | 55

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SEASON: Any, summers can be hot.
GEAR: Standard Technical Gear
RAPPELS: 3+ to 37 m ( 122 ft. )
WATER: Generally None
FLASHFLOOD: Low

Tue

86 | 50

Wed

88 | 52

Thu

88 | 55

Fri

82 | 57

Sat

83 | 55

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Longbow Arch on the approach.

Longbow Arch on the approach.

One of my favorite short canyons in Moab, Bow and Arrow Canyon has a bit of everything scenery wise. Between Longbow Arch, Polka Dot Petroglyph, and stunning views of the Colorado River and Behind the Rocks, it is a diverse outing.

Bow and Arrow Canyons is not a very technical or narrow canyon. If you are looking for tight slots or technical challenges, look elsewhere. The canyon is more of a short outing that makes an enjoyable evening canyon.

Note: Why the name? Mike Stimola, who showed me the canyon and is the owner of Moab Canyon Tours ( https://www.moabcanyontours.com/) did the canyon the first time with his dog Arrow. Between Longbow Arch and Arrow the dog, a name was born!
Colorado River from the last rappel.

Colorado River from the last rappel.

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