The entire 68-mile stretch of the Burr Trail Road is scenic and filled with natural beauty. The drive takes touring motorists from the town of Boulder through Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument, all the way to Bullfrog in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Along the rugged backway, many wonders await you, but only if you hop out of your car and stop gawking at the scenery as it flies by at 35 m.p.h. But of all the stops on Burr, there’s really nothing like the little slot canyon at an inconspicuous turnoff 11.5 miles down from the starting point. Some locals of Boulder, Utah, call this slot canyon on the Burr Trail, “Singing Canyon.” When you go, you know exactly why.

Don’t be surprised if you run into a classically-trained violinist or someone making a melody on a Native American-style flute in this special place. The natural acoustics are simply amazing. In fact, you’ll probably find yourself breaking into song.

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