Are you looking for an oasis in the desert? How about welcoming shade and a flowing creek in the middle of Utah's red desert? Dripping Springs is the start of a riparian beltway stretching to the banks of the Green River. The dense trees and vegetation thriving within Ten Mile Canyon are a hiker and bird watchers paradise. In the winter, look for predator birds nesting within the nooks of the cliff walls. The shade under the cottonwood trees in the summer is a welcome reprieve. Gold-colored fall leaves create a vibrant contrast to the surrounding rock formations. When combined with other nearby trails, Dripping Springs Road adds a unique cooling break to an otherwise hot day in the high desert.
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