Peek-a-Boo

Last Candition: September 2, 2012

4.4

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: June 26, 2019

Highly recommend navigation tools, like AllTrails.com's app. There are trails everywhere, making the entrance surprisingly easy to miss. If you're at all in doubt, ask other people. On our return from Brimstone we ran into a young couple and their dog who were looking for PAB/Spooky but were headed very much in the wrong direction. Speaking of Brimstone, be advised that conditions of the streambed can significantly alter the energy required by the approach. It's currently mostly deep sand which is very draining. I would only recommend Brimstone to those wanting a semi-technical experience (maneuvering skills) and have lots of energy left over after PAB/Spooky. Not suitable for young children or anyone low on energy or ability. Hole in the Rock Rd. was every bit as much as a washboard showcase as everyone says.

4 out of 5
Date of Trip: October 30, 2017

First up climb a little tricky for us shorter people. Otherwise dry and beautiful. Hole-in-the-Rock Rd is one looooooooong washboard.

3 out of 5
Date of Trip: October 12, 2015

Dry Fork - a little muddy, worth it. Great for tiny kids.

Spooky - dry

Peekaboo - a muddy muddy mess. Three challenging knee deep mud-filled potholes under the arches. Difficult to uplclimb OR downclimb. Mud that will pull a grown man's boots off. Bring a large group to conquer the mud, or wait two weeks for it to dry up.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: April 7, 2015

1.5 hour round trip romp with family through Peek-a-Boo and Spooky. Lots of fun.

Bone Dry. Hole in the Rock road in excellent condition. Road to trail head in excellent condition. Low clearance vehicles may be nervous the last 0.5 miles, but passable.

5 out of 5
Date of Trip: September 2, 2012

Tricky up climb for beginners. The Hole-in-the-Rock road was terrible with washer board. Did Peek-a-boo and Spooky and back to the car in 2 hours 10 minutes.