A scenic loop trail that has views of Bryce Canyon, Glen Canyon and other amazing places. After about 2 miles the trail comes to an old road. Turn left following the road to the south. When you see the pink cliffs above you to the north you are just below Canaan Peak which is a great campsite.
Category - bouldering
It is a short and steep scramble to Volcano Peak. From the end of the road, follow a gravel-filled drainage several hundred vertical feet up toward the summit. Continue directly up the slope to the ridge, staying to the left of the rock cliffs along the way. Look for a chute straight ahead that leads to a notch. This is a there and back trail. Once at the top you can explore the rock formation
To get to the trail there is a 40 mile ride on gravel roads to get there. From Big Sandy Trailhead the trail rises 700 feet before reaching the first major attraction, Big Sandy Lake. The trail goes around the west side of the lake. The trail follows the side of a ridge through a boulder field and you have to navigate a few switchbacks to North Lake. The last 3 miles of the trail are steep and more technical reaching 10,700 feet. Camping is prohibited within a quarter mile of Lonesome Lake.
This is a great place to boulder to take a break from the ropes for an afternoon. Most of the boulders are under trees and are shaded. Just passed the parking lot to head to the falls walk up the road a little and its on the right. Very close and easy access