Dry Fork is an excellent addition to the beautiful Lavender Canyon, a short out-and-back trail to a unique natural occurrence. At the midway point, a tree is growing through a natural arch. A deep cut into the sandstone cliff has a hole in the roof, and a tree grows through the hole. Plus, there is a small campsite at the mouth of the cave. The cave is at the halfway point of the dead-end trail. It's full of tight brush and rocky. You'll need durable tires, low range, and high clearance to reach the end. The legal trail end is unmarked and not ideal for turning around.
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