Hole-in-the-Rock road is running south from Highway 12, just a few miles east of Escalante. This graveled road was in very good shape and pulled over 8 miles later just after the cattle guard. I followed a good hiker's trail heading ENE, parallel to Halfway Hollow.
The first part was quite easy, despite the temperature. I just had to make sure I was drinking every 20 minutes. I wondered how wild flowers could grow out there.
After entering Harris Wash, I walked north to find the entrance of the canyon. This last part is much harder, as you have to walk through sand. The best part of the canyon is near the entrance. This canyon is very narrow, and I saw some people turn around as they couldn't find their way through. I had to climb along the walls to get to the best part, a very photogenic canyon cutting through pinkish stripped Navajo Sandstone.