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Greg Rowley reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Great trail. Easier than last time I did it. Side trip up Grand Wash. Very enjoyable morning. Beginning is steep but not bad after that.

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Jessica Fitzgerald reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Got here at 7AM and had the arch and trail to ourselves! Breathtaking views

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Greg Rowley reviewed Chimney Rock Loop Trail
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Fabulous hike. Snow grains, sun, clouds, wind. Spectacular scenery. Hiking with Ruth.

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I started at the Cohab trailhead and ended at the Cassidy trailhead. The views on top of the Cohab Canyon Trail and across the canyons overlooking the Cassidy bridge are fabulous. The Frying Pen trail is beautiful enough but no need to see it twice. One suggestion is to start on one trailhead and end on the other and either arrange someone to pick you up or walk along the scenic roads to where you pack your car to get the best out of it

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Sergi Pereira reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Very steepy first part. Once you see the arch far away, don’t turn around, get to the end to see it from behind, amazing!

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Sydney L reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Enjoyed much of this trail, it was strenuous enough (with great views), but the sheer cliff 5ft to your left during some portions was not my favorite. With nice conditions it may have been better but we were getting 30 mph wind gusts and it made my mild fear of heights absolutely rage. I would suggest bringing a neck gaiter or bandana to protect you from the dust & sand picked up by the wind at the top. The last sign is .5 miles from the end and while there were a few cairns thereafter, I wish the “end” of the trail had some sort of identification.

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Megan Levine reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Great trail with lots of good views. Scary if you are afraid of heights. Can get pretty windy. Not too many people on the trail.

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Ellie Markos reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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It was some what easy, bring lots of water because there isn’t much shade.

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Jack Chen reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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views are pretty good, arch is unique in that you can stand on it and you see it from above (vs from below at Arches National Park)

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Sally Gallagher reviewed Cassidy Arch via Frying Pan Trail
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Mary Van Domelen reviewed Chimney Rock Loop Trail
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Awesome trail. We went out at 8:00 AM and literally had the trail to ourselves. Took our time enjoying views around every turn.

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This trail is fantastic! What a gem! We saw three people on a perfect breezy Saturday. This trail has very little shade, so cooler days are a must. Like other people said, at about two miles, take a left into the wash, don’t cross the wash. The trail then turns into a small slot canyon and then ends. There is some scrambling. The trail has some steep climbs but is pretty easy to follow. Bring plenty of water and sun screen. Excellent scenery and we brought out dog. All trails distance mug be a little off. I got around 6 miles and maybe a little more vertical. Would do this again definitely.

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Leslie Gobel reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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One of the best hikes I’ve ever done. Gets your heart rate up and has some unbeatable views. Wish I could’ve rappelled off the arch- next time!!

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Alex Karel reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Great moderate trail. Beautiful view at the top. Definitely must do while at Capitol Reef.

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Brian Hurless reviewed Wild Horse Window
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Kayleigh Serafin reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Great hike! Tough at points but so worth it!

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Szendrei József reviewed Chimney Rock Loop Trail
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WalkingGreat!No shade

Easy to follow. Kid friendly did it with 10 and 12 year old. Perfect weather not too hot in the season yet!!!

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Karlee Friese reviewed Goosenecks & Sunset Point
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I liked the trail a lot! I’m sad I didn’t get verified & honestly didn’t follow the exact path that AllTrails suggested. It was sometimes kind of wonky. It also had me walk down the road to panorama viewpoint. So personally I think I would start there & walk up to explore goose point & sunset then walk back to your car at panorama. But either way! It so breathtaking & definitely good for beginners! I would wear hiking boots if you want to do some risqué exploring on the trail.

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Bryan Murdock reviewed Ding and Dang Canyons
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The canyons are great. The 4 miles of hiking on sand to get to, from, and between the canyons was not so great.

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Andy Eames reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Solid experience, the arch is cooler than you think it's gonna be when you see it from afar. Should've brought a rope and harness to rappel down!

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Madeline Eppley reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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Did this loop as a connection piece between the Frying Pan and Grand Wash trails. It's a challenging, strenuous hike that's not family-friendly. It's a steep uphill with rocky "stairs" that head up ~500 feet in a little under a mile. The arch itself is stunning, but can be a bit of a scary experience to actually walk across. There's not a fantastic photo point for people standing on the loop - the closest direct photo area is several hundred feet across open canyon, so don't plan on having gorgeous, highly detailed photos of people standing on the arch itself. Be attentive to cairns for the last 0.5 miles of the hike, they'll guide you to the arch over huge expanses of rock.

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Great Views, neat slot canyon, pretty decent slug uphill. We tried to use the hint from a previous review about not crossing the wash, but we didn't know where this was suppose to be until it was too late... we did the same thing. So to help you not make the same mistake too, here is more detail for where you follow the wash to see the slot canyon.... the wash is after the majority of the elevation gain and about 2ish miles in... if you see a deep sandy wash around 2 miles in and think this looks like it could turn into a slot, you're probably right and you should follow it. If you cross a wide wash and start up another steep uphill after 2 miles in, you missed the wash.

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Aubree Kretz reviewed Ding and Dang Canyons
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We went up ding and down dang. This trail is definitely NOT for the inexperienced. I don’t have much experience with canyoneering and a lot of spots freaked me out. If my boyfriend wasn’t with me there’s no way I could have done this trail. It was super fun though! Just be prepared! Took us about four and a half hours to complete both canyons

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Kim Findlay reviewed Goosenecks & Sunset Point
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Fascinating formations! Colors come alive at sunset. Beautiful photo opportunities through rock formations. Go well before sunset - for a time, we were alone about 90 minutes before sunset and the light and colors were stunning.

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Sujoy Phookan reviewed Cassidy Arch Trail
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One of the most scenic hikes I have ever taken. Some moderate switchbacks and occasion scrambling but overall not too challenging.

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Mark Nischalke reviewed Ding and Dang Canyons
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Although the up climbs doing Dang first are difficult, there are not impossible. Though if you want an easier trek start with Ding.

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Madeline Eppley reviewed Chimney Rock Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeRocky

Stunning loop. Highly recommend it as an uncrowded half-day hike in Capitol Reef National Park if you're looking for something slightly off the beaten path of Cassidy Arch/Hickman's Bridge. My favorite viewpoint was of Utah Highway 24, which you can see from the summit around Chimney Rock. The weather wasn't bad at all in early April, but still necessary to wear sunscreen and carry plenty of water. Perfect for curious geologists wanting a deeper look at Capitol Reef's interesting monocline.

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