Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
The southern part of the WSA includes the north end of The Cockscomb, a north south oriented ridge, prominent in south central Utah. The western portion consists of cliffs and benches dissected by southwesterly trending drainages. Wahweap Creek drains southward for 4 miles in the central part of the WSA. A waterfall on a perennial stream blocks the entrance to Dry Valley Creek Canyon, which remains in its natural condition and may be a relect ecosystem. About 200 acres are within this area, which may have important scientific values.
Located in south central Garfield County and north central Kane County.