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It's awesome! Not really a hike, but great views

hiking
7 days ago

There are much nicer arches out there!

Not my favorite, there are nicer arches out there!

If you go that far, I'd suggest making the loop

I think this is my favorite. Of course, doing the whole circuit is worth it.

Had a blast. Took our Wire-haired Pointing Griffon and he loved it. Definitely a thrill and go prepared. There are some areas we had to walk through standing pools but hey.

Nice walk at a nice arch - lots of options to extend

hiking
12 days ago

Went the first week of November. There was some waist deep water we had to walk through. it was ultra cold. other than that we were able to avoid the other pools. The most entertaining canyon I've done in a while.

14 days ago

Great for kids and super short adventure hike for all. Slot canyons, Sand and towering arches. You’ll love it.

hiking
16 days ago

Nice hike, especially if you have kids and want something that feels like a hike without being too difficult. Landscape arch is HUGE.

hiking
16 days ago

The perfect place to go when your kids need a break. Largely shaded with sand to play in (we brought sand toys), it also has some fun places to explore and climb.

hiking
16 days ago

The most amazing place we visited at arches. It's awe-inspiring to be nestled under the huge double arches. There's some not-too-steep rock climbing that our kids loved.

22 days ago

It is about 10 miles for the loop, not 8. I went up Little Wildhorse Canyon and then down Bell’s Canyon and loved it. Don’t skip Bells- some people say it’s not as pretty as Little Wildhorse, and if you are looking for a slot Canyon sire that’s true, but I think the variety in landscape and views you get with the entire loop is worth it!

One of the most stunning arches in the park! Worth the hike out for sure. We (and a bunch of other people) did lose the trail leading up to the arch, even with the AllTrails app, so pay attention to the hoodoos! Also, please, please do not climb up and jump all over the arches - they will collapse :(

easy hike, amazing rock formations but very crowded

11 miles for the loop NOT 8!!

Would do again, but only Little Wild Horse in and out. Glad I did the loop once though.

hiking
1 month ago

Trail is easy as pie, no poles or even hiking boots required. Flat, quick out and back, lighting is best before noon for photos.

We did this as part of the Devils Garden full loop (7.2 mi) and it was a lovely portion of the hike. Challenging only briefly when scrambling to the trailhead past Landscape arch. Hiking boots are pretty clutch for the area. We only had one full day in the park and I’m very pleased that this was included in one of our hikes.

Lovely little walk to the landscape arch. This is also the trailhead for devil's garden primitive loop. This section is super accessible to anyone with a few slopes. Work the walk.

Hidden gem in Arches. We did this hike early in the morning, around 7 am. Totally worth it. Did not see another soul on the trail until on our way back out. Not very strenuous asides from some climbing right after Landscape arch. Make sure to follow the Cairns as the trail can be hard to find at times. If you crawl through the lower arch you can explore some area behind that arch that are beautiful! Probably my favorite hike I did in the park.

love this hike

Very awesome trail. Did it around sun down. Watching the sunset from the ridge near the arches is par none

very lovely, beautiful fins to walk on!

hiking
1 month ago

This is a nice hike. Although the trailhead can be very crowded. The section along the rock fin when approach the Arch was a lot of fun.

We tacked this hike on after the Fiery Furnace, and enjoyed the view from high above the park.

1 month ago

easy

hiking
2 months ago

Beautiful! Went early on a weekday and encountered very few people. After walking from the parking lot for about 10-15 minutes you’ll reach the canyon. The trail is not clearly marked, follow brown sign up and to the left. After about another 5-10 minutes you’ll reach the sign for the trail split. In September there was no water.

hiking
2 months ago

there are other trails at the fork in the beginning that are worth doing as well, this was an amazing arch to see in person even at dusk, wanted to continue but the daylight gave out, will definitely do again to trek further

hiking
2 months ago

Such beautiful sand and rock walls

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