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It’s a quick jaunt. Still a little muddy and slick in some places.

Great views! Very doable hike- plenty of switchbacks!

Pretty steep trail and very muddy which made it slippery.

If you want to enjoy the sunset in a quiet place, you have to try it.

Short but steep. Beautiful view.

Great views of the city!

Great city view, try it night time...

27 days ago

Great hike to wind down from spending the previous day at Arches. I actually liked this trail more than the ones I hiked at the National Park. It become very busy by mid day but we were already on our way out by 11:00 am. There are a couple spots that may be difficult for young children or dogs, but they are by no means impassable without a little help. The trail is gentle and easy to follow, and we enjoyed taking our time. We did not spot poison ivy, and neither did our dog. This tuckered out our 12 month old golden collie, but not us, so it's a good way to tire out your dog so you can spend the afternoon exploring Moab and getting some afternoon coffee and appetizers. Finally, just plan on some wet feet if you go, there are a number of stream crossings.

Still muddy. Gorgeous view. I expected natural rock formations as the furniture but it’s stacks of rocks in the form of chairs. A bit steep. Definitely a moderate trail.

Good short hike! Only took me around 35 minutes and I’m a beginner. A little steep on the way up but worth the view!

trail is dry now. 2.14.18

Fun little hike. Steep, but short. Cool history behind it and nice view of the city!

Great trail for a quick hike. Beautiful view of the Salt Lake Valley!

Good short warm up for the hiking season

So good! Awesome view and “seating” at the “living room”!!!

Great morning hike. Somewhat muddy and slick this time of year.

Plenty of spider trails, choose wisely!

Super muddy and slick today! More mud and snow than dirt. I wore Solomon hiking shoes and was fine, but regular sneakers will be soaking wet by the time your done. Gorgeous hike! Good workout.

Muddy muddy. Short, but rewarding.

Awesome hike with a great views and scenery.

1 month ago

This trail was a lot of fun! I took my 2 ridgebacks with me and we all had a blast. There are still some slick spots with snow, ice and mud but no real issues with slipping and sliding (I didn’t wear Yaktrax). There’s also a few steep spots toward the back of the canyon that the dogs needed some help with, but they did fine. Great hike!

Great pay off at the end. Need crampons/microspikes.

2 months ago

Still in mud season, so wear the Yak-trax. Fun, beautifu, trail. Easy to get distracted by the Canyon views....wet socks to prove it.

Took my sister who’s from NY on this trail since it’s an easy trail. The trail was mostly ice so we were micro spikes the whole time.

2 months ago

Couple of icy patches but great view

The trail was pretty hard to find. Once I found it, there were several ways to go. Right now (January 2018) the trail is very icy. I suggest going a different way or wearing more than tennis shoes. After I made it past the ice, it wasn't too bad of a hike! The view from the top was amazing! However, come down the way you came! I went down a way that everyone was going and it was steep and way harder than it needed to be!!

I love this trail! Perfect for an after-work or late Sunday short hike. The views are awesome. Gets a bit crowded, but manageable. Watch out for rattle snakes. Takes an hour or so round trip if you hang out in the “living room” at the top for a bit.

Good trail with great views of the city.

2 months ago

Great easy hike! If you want a challenge, hike up the first mountain on the left and follow the camel backs/ridges all the way to the living room! If you stay on the main trail this is an easy post-work hike for a sunset!

Good beginner trail with an amazing view

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