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Canyoneering Cameltoe Canyon - Moab Canyoneering Cameltoe Canyon
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Overview

RATING: 3B
LENGTH: 3-5 Hours

Thu

49 | 27

Fri

52 | 30

Sat

49 | 31

Sun

43 | 26

Mon

39 | 19

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SEASON: Any, hot in the summer
GEAR: Standard Technical Gear
RAPPELS: 1 - 15 m ( 50 ft. )
WATER: One short pool. No wetsuit required.
FLASHFLOOD: Moderate / low.

Thu

49 | 27

Fri

52 | 30

Sat

49 | 31

Sun

43 | 26

Mon

39 | 19

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Cameltoe Approach

Cameltoe Approach

Cameltoe from the approach trail

Cameltoe from the approach trail

Cameltoe is a not-very-technical canyon that drains into the Colorado River off the Potash Road. The canyon is more of a hike than other canyons described here, having only one rappel. Although the canyon appears to be done frequently based on the footprints on the trail, it is likely to be most enjoyed by hikers looking for a little bit of technical adventure, or beginning canyoneers. Hikers and climbers frequent the area, don't expect solitude.

Brrr! Cold on a winters day. Just before the rappel.

Brrr! Cold on a winters day. Just before the rappel.

Great (short) section just before the rappel in Cameltoe Canyon.

Great (short) section just before the rappel in Cameltoe Canyon.

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