Coyote Gulch via Dry Fork?

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Frankenbeans

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Has anyone here done Coyote Gulch starting from the Dry Fork trailhead (Peek-a-Boo and Spooky)? I know there is no water until you are at Red Well, but looking at the map made me curious. I did my best to google it, but I can't find anything about anyone doing this. Is it possible? Non-technical? Approximate distance before I hit water? Any other thoughts?
 

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fossana

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Took a quick look at Allen and Kelsey, no luck on beta.

adding: If you look on Google satellite maps it looks like a long sandy slog with one, what looks to be non-technical, narrows bypass just after Brimstone.
 
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slc_dan

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: If you look on Google satellite maps it looks like a long sandy slog with one, what looks to be non-technical, narrows bypass just after Brimstone.
I did the same. Cost/benefit analysis would mean carrying a lot of water, without much pay off.
 

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