Cameltoe during high water flow.

Cameltoe
Moab
Technical Canyoneering

          Cameltoe is a fun canyoneering route just outside of Moab. As with most of the area canyons the actual slot is short, but the canyon makes up for its limited technical challenge by providing entertaining arches and a nice selection of native American rock art.

 

Circle of Friends:
          Cameltoe is part of the "Circle of Friends" program. Members of the "Circle of Friends" have access to more specific information, explicit route information, GPS waypoints, trailhead location and detailed maps. If you would like more information on joining the "Circle of Friends" visit the sign up page.

"Circle of Friends"

Marc Olivares in Cameltoe. The "Toe".

General Information:
          Cameltoe is best described as a fun hiking route with a short section of slot canyon. The canyon is rated 3A II using the Canyon Rating System. Cameltoe requires complete technical gear. A GPS is useful. Good map reading skills are essential. Navigation for this route is moderate.

One of many pools. Marc at one of the many arches along the route.

Trailhead Information:
          The trailhead is located next to a paved highway and is accessible to all vehicles in all conditions. The trailhead is located within easy walking distance of a cheerful BLM Campground.

Justin Eatchel at the wading pool. Heidi catches a ride on her husband Jason Summers.

Hiking Information:
          With a bit of effort, hikers can enjoy the nearly all of the Cameltoe route.

Cameltoe with flowing water. One of the many petrogylphs on the route.

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