Lost to Squaw Canyon: 8.7 miles (14km)
3 designated sites in Lost Canyon
Water may be found intermittently along the Lost Canyon trail during spring and fall. A spring near LC2 may be the only water source in mid-summer.
Lost Canyon can be reached from either the Squaw Canyon or Peek-A-Boo Trails. The Peek-A-Boo Trail crosses Lost Canyon 2.6 miles (4.2km) from the campground trail head. From there, the trail generally follows the canyon bottom up the wash, then climbs to a slickrock pass that provides excellent views of the surrounding area. The trail then traverses a sandstone bench and descends into Squaw Canyon. The low-lying sections of Lost Canyon are heavily vegetated and may involve some walking in water.
DESIGNATED CAMPSITE DESCRIPTIONS
Located roughly one mile upstream from LC1
Limited shade from nearby boulders
Private, off of main trail
Water usually available in main wash
Located roughly one mile from the upper Squaw Canyon Trail
Good shade form Pinyon-Juniper trees
Water usually available downstream in main wash