Trail Pictures

Slickrock

Rock art

Rock art

Rock art

Henry Mountains

Slickrock

Robber's Roost

        Utah Area Trails Causey Sep 2013 Leidy Peak/Lakeshore Little East Fork Blacks Fork Brown Duck Basin Robber's Roost May 13 Coyote Gulch 2013 Happy Canyon Robber's Roost Mar 13 Comet Needles Feb 2013 Colton Cabin Moab Bill Moonshine Wash Uintas Fall 2012 McCoy Park 2012 Spider Lake Popo Agie Tosi Creek West Fork Blacks Fork East Fork Bear River Camp East Fork Bear River Center Park Uinta River Moab and San Rafael Swell Dirty Devil with James West Desert San Rafael Desert S. Utah with Cory Lake Powell 2011 The Needles The Maze E Fork Burnt Fork Leidy Peak Burnt Fork Granite Highline Causey May 11 Green River Buck Canyon Antelope Apr 11 Smith Fork Grizzly Ridge Yurt Moab Arches Bear River Moab Flight Snowbasin Art Nord Moab Rim Zion Dry Fork Naturalist Basin Timpanogos Cave Meteor Shower Yellowstone Creek McCoy Park Ostler Creek Granddaddy Causey Southern Utah Coyote Gulch White Canyon - Moqui Canyon Tetons - Cabin Southern Utah Wildhorse Canyon Snowbasin Great Salt Lake Snowbasin Robber's Roost Deep Creeks Farmington Canyon Nine Mile Canyon Fish Lake - McCoy Park Harris Wash Antelope Island Moab Southern Utah Log Hollow Moab Lake Powell Wasatch Buckskin Gulch Deseret Peak Pine Valley Logan Canyon Causey Reservoir China Meadows Haystack Lake Cow Park Highline Grandaddy Lakes Amethyst Basin Uintas Cat Canyon Southern Utah Southern Utah Glen Canyon Swett Canyon Antelope Island Uintas - Yurt Pebble Creek Robbers Roost Antelope/ Lost Creek N Fork Provo River Capitol Reef Pine Valley Wilderness Uintas Stillwater Reservoir Grandaddy Mountain Logan Canyon Canyonlands Arches Twin Lakes Kabell Lake Amethyst Basin South Cedar Ridge Canyon Hurricane Wash Middle Fork of the Ogden River Moab Cat Canyon Crack Canyon Causey Reservoir St George Log Hollow Canyonlands Steam Mill Canyon Row Bench Rubies Highline Causey Reservoir Flat Tops Grand Daddy Lake Antelope Island White Pine Lake Brown Duck Flaming Gorge Snowbasin Swasey Lakes Spooky Gulch White Rock Bay Grand Gulch Cat Canyon Moon Lake Antelope Island Antelope Island Long Park Grand Daddy Lake Hades Pass Tom's Canyon Just arrived

On May 3, 2013, Tracy and I met our friends, Megan and Jason to do an overnighter in

Robber's Roost Canyon.  Tracy and I camped near the San Rafael Swell on Friday night, and

then we met Megan and Jason in Hanksville on Saturday morning.  Form there we drove out to

the Angel Point Trailhead on the west side of the Dirty Devil River.  We made the descent down

towards the Dirty Devil without any problems.  We decided to make the short little drop near

the river, which required lowering our packs and handing their son down the short drop.  But

the hike down was uneventful, and once at the bottom we crossed the Dirty Devil and headed

up river towards Robber's Roost.

After getting into the canyon, we headed up canyon until the confluence with the South Fork.

At the South Fork, the sun, heat, and sand had given us all we felt like dealing with, so we

made camp across from the South Fork.  Jason and I went further up canyon to the small

spring I had found a few weeks earlier.  It wasn't until we were getting close and I couldn't hear

the water running that it occurred to me that the spring might have dried up, but luckily there

was still a trickle coming out of the rock.  It took awhile, but we were able to get our bottles

filled.  After getting back to camp, I saw some nice rock art on the canyon wall.  That was cool

because it was the first time I had ever found rock art that I didn't know was there ahead of

time.  I then walked up a small side canyon next to our camp that I remembered Kelsey had

said was a route out of the canyon.  I found a trail, but the trail eventually hit a dry fall that I

couldn't understand how to get up.  The next day I talked to a guy who had climbed out of it,

and he said that it wasn't as bad as it looked.

The next day we hiked out and just had a nice trip.  While I hadn't wanted to do Robber's Roost

again because of the cow dung, it was about the only place we could meet our friends that time

of year for an overnighter.  We had a good hike, made better by spending a weekend with

good friends.