This small panel is downstream from the Cottonwood Wash hike, though makes for a long hike if done as one loop. Visiting each separately is recommended. The panel is ok, but there are many other better panels in the Swell the visit. Save this one for a short visit if you happen to be in the area.
Note: The road to the Cottonwood Wash hike continues and can be used to access this hike, but is very rough in one dugway section near the spring. Not recommended except for 4x4s.
The approach road in this description has a couple of rough spots, but should be passable by most high clearance vehicles if carefully driven in a couple of spots.
Reaching the trailhead starts by getting to mile post 145.7 on UT-24. If coming from I-70, this is about 15 miles south after taking exit 149 from I-70. If coming from Hanksville, this is about 30 miles north of Hanksville.
From the trailhead, cross the fence and follow a side trail up to the cliff along the edge of the wash. The panel is here.
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