We had just finished driving the Burr Trail and we were ready to check out the Wolverine Loop as our fourth and last trail of the day. We returned from the intersection of Notom Road and the Burr Trail, and we were quickly down the first stretch of the Wolverine Loop.
We passed a corral and trailer on our way to the intersection of this trail and the spur to Moody Canyon where we turned right. There was no traffic and with just two of us we made good time. We passed several interesting rock formations, but there wasn't anything noteworthy enough for a stop. Maybe we were just becoming used to such gorgeous views that we were harder to impress at this point.
We passed Little Death Hollow (a great name!) and the trailhead for Wolverine Wash and the Wolverine Petrified Wood Natural Area. This would be a great side trip and hike for a future visit.
At the intersection with the wash in Horse Canyon, we met a sedan driver asking for directions to the Wolverine Wash area. It would be easy to get lost right there as the trail appeared to continue down Horse Canyon if you were coming in from the other end of the loop.
From there, it was an easy drive to the intersection with the Burr Trail and then Escalante for a great dinner with the rest of the group at Cowboy Blues. What a great day!