What? : Beautiful colorful rock formations in the middle of the Vermilion Cliffs desert.
Where? : White Pocket located in the heart of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument right on the Arizona Utah border; 4x4 high clearance vehicle is needed !
When? : Better to plan the visit when it is not hot, but you can visit this place all year because the hike itself is not long.
Due note 1: This place located in the large Vermilion Cliffs National Monument which is BLM land. You do not need to have any reservations (as for the waive) or pay any entrance fee.
Due note 2: MUST have 4x4 car with high clearance, if the road is extra sandy considered reduce tire air pressure.
Due note 3: Have a good map with you and GPS device, google map directions can be misleading the take you not through the main trails. Know what you are doing, or you may get into trouble deep in a remote desert.
Due note 4: During winter it can be snow (as I had) but I do not think it is getting a lot of snow. The sandy road section will be even in better conditions after rain or snow.