Grandstaff Canyon Trail
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- RuthJun. 24, 2021Great Hike by the Stream
This was a really fun hike that crisscrossed the stream constantly. The scenery was beautiful and the terrain was very easy. However, the trail itself was too hot for our pup, but that was on us, hiking in the afternoon in 109F heat! So, be prepared for it to be hot with long stretches with no shade, but if you get there early or during a different time of year I imagine it would be perfect! I’d definitely do it again!
- Michael & ShaliseApr. 24, 2021Great start to our hiking summer!
This was our first road trip of 2021. We travel with our two doggies, Indy & Boone. This is a scenic, mostly shaded, several stream crossings, cactus beds, and an absolutely BEAUTIFUL hike. We loved it! The dogs loved it!!! I recommend this hike. Thank you to all who have commented and Bringfido.com. The descriptions were spot on!
- KristinaFeb. 15, 2021What A Great Hike!!
We left below zero temps in Colorado for some desert hiking and we were not disappointed!! We all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day hike! The weather was great and the trail was so much fun for Kiah! she loves to jump over rocks and streams so this was perfect! We were the first ones to the natural bridge that day - a treasure at the end for sure!! #kiahlovestravel!
- SteffyNov. 27, 2020Grandstaff Canyon
This is our favorite dog-friendly trail. if it’s a hot day both humans and dogs can cool off in the water throughout.
most dogs are off leash and happy. Keep pups close as there are some steep areas and lizard dogs may wander. There is the coolest arch and water fall at the end!!!
- DaphneJul. 19, 2019Great Trail
The trail is mostly shaded if you go in am. The trail follows and crosses back and forth across a stream! Great for playing and drinking
- LauraJun. 20, 2019Awesome And Easy Hike
Wonderful, quick hike with the pups. Water throughout the entire trail to help cool the pups down. We went in the early morning to avoid the heat. As we returned, the sun was shining bright but there were still moments of shade and relief! WATCH OUT FOR FOX’s TAIL AND POISON IVY! Poison ivy grows abundantly on this trail and although the dogs won’t react, if they get in it and come into contact with you, it won’t be fun. Also, we pulled at least 5 fox’s tails from our dogs paws because they were so close to the trail’s edge. Just be cautious.
- MackenzieSep. 7, 2018Grandstaff Canyon - A Must!
This was by far our favorite dog-friendly hike in the Moab area! Our pup got too hot on most of the other hikes, but this beautiful hike has a stream the whole way through so she was able to play in the water to cool down. The end of the hike is stunningly beautiful. A must-do hike!
- IreneMore than a year agoWhat a great hike!
We loved our early morning hike into the recently re-named Grandstaff Canyon. Still named for the same area pioneer, just using his last name. Our hound dog adored being able to get out on the trail after the prior day's riding around the local national parks. There was plenty of up and down, several stream crossings on good steady rocks, much sniffing and a clearly marked, medium challenging trail. This is a beautiful, dog friendly hike that our family would certainly recommend.