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Nice little walk with a decent view, but not much of a hike.

hiking
closed
snow
20 hours ago

This trail was very snowy/icey, but well worth it. Did both East Canyon Rim and Weeping Rock. Easy Canyon Rim was closed due to a rockslide about a mile up the trail, but the views of the canyon 500ft up were great and worth it!

a fence closes off the trail by the river.

Very easy walk. Beautiful Canyon views!

1/10/19 quick and easy. slight presence of ice near the waterfall.

1/10/17 great scenary for sunset. quick and easy. parking can be limited. would recommend due to ice on other trails at Zion.

Great views, no ice or snow! Short and family friendly!

I loved this hike, we where there first part of November. The deepest part of the Narrows was just above the knee. We had rented the water gear at Zion Adventures. The water temp was 42 degrees and we where not cold at all, feet were wet the whole time, kinda felt like you had jello in your shoes! We hiked about 5 hours up and back. I will definitely do this hike again!!! The scenery was spectacular.

Aweosme hike. Brought the entire family along-deer in the stream-waterfalls-scenic spots-everything is surreal here!

The lower emerald pool was beautiful. Easy stroll and gorgeous even in the winter. The path to the middle and upper pools is closed indefinitely due to a rock slide.

Beautiful views in the snow on 12.30.18

I did this hike in late September. Weather was 90 degrees, but the water was 62 degrees, and cold. The Narrows path is a paved trail along the river that ends at the entrance into the Narrows canyon. I would strongly suggest renting the neoprene socks and hiking shoes in town, along with a hiking stick. Your hike will be much more enjoyable if your feet aren't freezing cold (we didn't and wished we did). Stick definitely helps with your balance. Don't underestimate things in hiking up this river. The Narrows hike up the canyon is an incredible hike and unlike anything I have ever done before. The scenery and environment is spectacular and a MUST do at Zion. The place is very crowded, which is a draw back. But is it still worth it.

Unbelievable view when you get to the top. Main parking lot is hopeless, try going a bit ahead of tunnel to grab a roadside spot. The rocks may get slippery after rain/ snow. Very easy hike leading to an amazing end!

Hiked up the narrows. Rented gear to keep our feet warm and bodies dry. Did the hike with 4 kids ages 9-13 and 2 adults. Everyone loved it. Despite it being December and snowing lightly for part of the trip, we were warm as long as we kept moving. Wall Street was amazing and also hiked the other way towards veiled falls. Quieter going this way and equally wonderful! Steady traffic in and out but you also had moments where it was just your group.

Easy trail and fun for all member of the fam. Old to young we were able to make the lower pool no problem.

Lower trail was an easy, paved trail with manageable elevation change for most. The middle and upper sections become more difficult and required a little more effort. All trails were clearly marked although some portions were washed out and non-existent. We managed and were able to have a lot of fun even during the cold weather in late December.

short

hiking
off trail
scramble
24 days ago

I love trails like this... we were the only ones on it (both times)! We did it twice because the first time we couldn’t make it to end because of the water. You don’t really follow a trail but there’s pretty much only one way to go. There’s some rock scrambling, but relatively easy. There’s one spot where you use a washed up tree to help scale a wall that’s angled too high to climb. Toward the end you reach a very short slot canyon, which had calve deep water. The canyon then open up again to an area with a bunch of rock shelves you can climb.

on The Watchman Trail

hiking
24 days ago

This trail is short and relatively easy, with some impressive views at the top. Not too heavily trafficked, and it leaves from the Visitor Center so you don't have to worry about waiting for a shuttle.

hiking
24 days ago

Nice and short trail, with spectacular views at the end. There are a couple dropoffs on the side of the trail, so be careful with your footing in a few places. There are 10 parking spots right at the end of the tunnel (if you're coming from the park), with some overflow parking further up the road. I'd recommend getting here early - we ran into a bit of a traffic jam when we were descending through some of the more narrow passageways.

24 days ago

Breathtaking scenery and views! An excellent choice for a beginners hike, short and easy. Quite crowded on a cold December day but fun :)

hiking
25 days ago

Not too much to say about this one, other than that it is such a short and easily accessible hike that everyone should find a chance to do it while in Zion. The views are absolutely amazing! We found this one on a whim scrolling through All Trails, but I would have been super bummed to miss it now that I know how great it is. Pretty easy hike - did it with my five year old, and it was his second hike of the day. I would recommend the loop at the end. The views didn’t change too much, but the crowds gathered around at the main lookout point were much more dispersed on the loop.

Beautiful trail, not too crowded today. We did Angels Landing in the morning and this in the afternoon. It had amazing views and was the perfect way to end our day in Zion.

A nice winter hike. Petrified wood embedded in the wash at the dry fall is pretty cool.

Great trail with beautiful views including a minor waterfall.

Did it in the winter. Very cool, bring traction.

great for tourons.

Nice short easy hike.

on The Watchman Trail

hiking
29 days ago

Family and I enjoyed this hike. Easy to follow. Not super strenuous. Don't forget the scenic loop at the top! We went mid-day and the temperature was just right.

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