|Coyote Gulch - The stream bed, especially near the most active springs, is intricately carved in many places into miniature chutes, flumes, and races.|
|Coyote Natural Bridge - both the bridge and the gulch are named for the prevalence of coyotes in the area. At night you can hear their high-pitched singing up and down the canyon.|
|Waterfall in Coyote Gulch - This fall occurs a few miles short of the confluence of Coyote Gulch with the Escalante River.|
|Skyline Arch - This can best be seen from the top of a sandy side-trail, at the confluence of Coyote Gulch with the Escalante River. It is marked on the maps as Stevens Arch; however, I usually prefer the older, more descriptive names.|
Coyote Gulch is generaly reached through Hurricane Wash. The trail head is about 35 miles down the Hole-in-the-Rock road from Highway 12.