White Rim was almost over, and Taylor Canyon was our final spur off of that trail. Jeffrey had already gone so the rest of us left White Rim to do some more exploring. The trailhead was easy to find by the Labyrinth Campground on White Rim, our favorite campground in the area.
The trail was easy to find as it worked its way east in Taylor Canyon. Though there were some bumpy spots it was mostly a mellow, sandy trail. The scenery was gorgeous and we appreciated how remote the campground would be at the end.
The trail ended at a big parking area next to a pit toilet and Taylor Campground. It was empty and we had the place to ourselves. We didn't really have the time to do any hikes, so Moses and Zeus would have to wait for another time. We took some pictures of the cool rock formations and hung out for a bit before heading back.
Though the trail is fairly easy and the scenery isn't as awe inspiring as other trails in the immediate area, we were happy to have seen the canyon. If you wanted to get away from the relative crowds on White Rim and Mineral Bottom, the campground on this trail would be a good choice. When we got back to the trailhead we headed north to finish White Rim.