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Ashleigh C reviewed Dead Horse Rim Loop Trail
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HikingRocky

Great views the whole time! Only problem was that a couple times the cairns were hard to spot, so we lost the trail, but it’s easy to find your way back.

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Nichole Jensrud reviewed Jeep Arch
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HikingGreat!No shade

Great hike. Trail head is not marked on road. It’s just after Corona Arch on right. Will see the tunnel under railroad that you have to walk through to get to start of trail. As previously mentioned at the loop I would recommend going left. You will go through the arch to continue the trail back down. Went at 7:30 am on a Monday and had the trail to myself. No water. Shade only due to position of sun. Imagine by mid morning there is no shade. A fantastic quick hike with great views!

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Chase Brooks reviewed Zebra Canyon
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HikingGreat!No shade

Pretty awesome slot canyon! Hike out there wasn’t bad. The water looks kinda yucky and it is pretty dang cold. Move quick. Had to put my backpack down after the second water bit to be able to fit. Pretty awesome climbing around! Well worth the trip

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Julia Abraham reviewed The Wave Trail
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HikingGreat!

Hello, new hiker but experienced adventurer. Looking for two permits for May 6th or 7th or April 30, May 1st. Please email Julia@pawsome-dog.com if you have two, would love to go! i

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erika t reviewed Bunting Trail
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Hiking

I did not go all the way to the top. I did not go Desper. I did not go to the dinosaur tracks. I did not see the petroglyphs. I went as far as the saddle. Some thing over 1000 feet – which is a lot for me! Especially in one hour. And I am unclear whether that was 1 mile or 2 miles. Important note to self: almost at the saddle there’s a short stretch of sort of cliff hanger trail. There’s actually no need to go through that part. Just where the cliffhanger trail starts is a great place to turn around and do the rock parkour and rock hopping and dead tree playing and trail dancing on the way down.! And that was absolutely fabulous!

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Taylor Holmes reviewed Dead Horse Rim Loop Trail
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HikingFeeGreat!

Super easy to follow with lots of epic views along the way! Started around 9:30am and it wasn’t too crowded, except for at the main overlook.

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HikingGreat!MuddyScramble

Did this hike this weekend it it was spectacular! For a total of 3 slot canyons to go through its pretty great! Beautiful colors later in the afternoon. We hiked it Spooky first to peekaboo, aside from having to find corners to avoid other travelers, this way was considerably easier to climb the section in spooky rather than descend. It’s definitely not an easy adventure but well worth it.

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Daiva Ragas reviewed Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail
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CampingNo shade

Beautiful hike and waterfall at the end were well worth it! The terrain was varied in geological features and trail unique with the sand. We wore hiking boots and had no issues but I can see how the hike would feel more strenuous with sneakers or sandals. Little shade until the very end so be prepared for sun protection. My husband and I maintained a good 15-20min/mile pace and finished in 2:35hrs, even with hanging out at the waterfall a bit. As others have said, if you want to see the sun shining on the waterfall do plan to get there by 1pm. We got there at 2:30 and it was still great, but shaded and chilly. Also highly recommend the campsite at the trailhead! We had planned to tent camp on BLM land, but got lucky with a great spot here when we pulled off the road just to check it out.

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Meghan Singleton reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful walk! This is good for all skill levels and has amazing views. We walked it around sunset and the light was gorgeous then.

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Kylie Juggert reviewed Wire Pass Trail to Buckskin Gulch
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HikingFeeGreat!

This hike has some incredible slot canyons. It’s all flat so overall a fairly easy hike. We went on a Sunday late morning and it was fairly busy until about the 2.5 mile mark. That said, it was comforting to see other people at least on the drive to the trailhead because the road is rough and there’s no cell service. Our 2W drive Kia did just fine, but if the road had been wet at all it would have been no dice.

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Lois Vitt Sale reviewed Sunset Point to Sunrise Point
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Hiking

Very navigable with stunning views at every turn

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Krupa Patel reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Kay Bernhard reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Hiking

nice walk on paved track. very busy, lot of hikers and bikers

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Rob Keller reviewed Corona and Bowtie Arch Trail
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Hiking

Awesome hike. We really enjoyed our trip!

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Hiking

Trail to the slot canyons is a pretty level / easy hike, until you start descending to the wash. Once on the ground, recommend doing peekaboo first, and then spooky. To get into peekaboo, you will need to climb up about 15 feet on boulders. Narrow in some spots - will need to remove backpacks in some cases. To get to spooky after peekaboo, you will need to follow a dirt trail for about a mile. In spooky, there are more narrow areas and one spot where you will need to descend down about 15 feet using a rope.

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Karl Loewen reviewed The Wave Trail
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BackpackingGreat!

Looking for 2 permits on June 25th. Will join group with room for two people. Please email at kloewen43@msn.com google number : 737 231-1681

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WalkingGreat!

First off, definitely GO! It’s incredible. We didn’t do the entire trail but most of it. It’s really neat to see the areas where multiple narrows opened into a canyon. The first set of narrows up to the ladder alone make the bumpy 30 minute drive to get there every bit worth it. A few tips first though... If you miss the turn and Google (or if whatever maps app) reroutes you or if it takes you any other way other than turning down House Rock Valley Rd, DON’T turn down the road. House Rock Valley Rd seems to be the most sound way to get there. Long story short, we missed the turn, Google rerouted us which we figured would be fine but we ended up on some dirt and rock cliff... ended up turning around to go original route and was totally fine (like I said, bumpy, but fine). Conditions were really dry the day we went in Honda CR-V and we saw several sedans making it down there just fine as well. Take it slow, and as long as it’s dry, you should be fine. Next, we did take our dogs (one 21 lbs, one 45 lbs). We took the alternate route up and around that a few others referenced. Before entering the first set of narrows to the ladder, follow the sandy path up then keep following it left, and then down and around. The down part is a little steep, but we were able to sit down and keep the dogs close to scoot down easy enough. On the way back we decide to give the ladder a try to save some time. Getting the 21 lb dog up was no problem alone. For the larger 45 lb dog, it did take two of us (one person holding the dog to carry up while the other stood behind to help hoist up and support from behind). All and all really not too bad for us two 30 year old petite females. Definitely doable! We were happy that we had taken the up and around path on the way down in the end though for the different perspective! Even with all of our mishaps, it was 100% worth it, and we were really happy to have brought the dogs in the end, too!

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Michael Reifsnider reviewed Dead Horse Rim Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!

This is a hidden gem of Moab. This trail offers some of the most breath taking views of the Colorado River. We started around 12:45pm and it was windy and cool (47F). This trail is best done counter clockwise as others have mentioned. We didn't see a lot of people along the trail until we got close to Dead Horse Point Overlook. This is an easy trail and not hard to follow at all.

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Bob Patterson reviewed Grandstaff Trail
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HikingGreat!
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A A reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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landis dave reviewed Zebra and Tunnel Slots
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Hiking

For us e enjoyed Tunnel slot more than Zebra. Yes, Zebra is narrow.

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Daniel Welch reviewed Corona and Bowtie Arch Trail
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Hiking

Crowded crowded crowded. Get there early. We were lucky enough to get a few minutes almost alone at the arch, but by the time we we went down there was virtually a conga line of people going up. Spectacular, but the crowds made it harder to enjoy.

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Vaibhav Shah reviewed The Wave Trail
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Hiking

Looking for 2 permits any day between April 28 and 30th. Please email me at shah.s.vaibhav@gmail.com. Thanks!

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Vagabond Vern reviewed Zebra Canyon
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HikingFloodedGreat!

So much adventure! Thanks to Elizabeth’s review below about the water level I felt confident going this morning (4/16). Water was same slightly above knee high for me at the deepest part. I got to the trailhead at 7:30 am and it was 27*. I was worried about the cold but it was fine. Best part: I was the only one on the trail and in the slot on the way in. Didn’t see anyone else until about half way coming out of the trail - where I passed 19 people total coming in between the time I passed half way and the parking lot. Long explanation to say: GO EARLY to enjoy some solitude. The water was going to be cold no matter what.

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