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Jeanette Ostrander reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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Paul Stempniak reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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Paula Rudnik reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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uphill first half mile, then flat. the hidden valley is really cool when it appears... then the landscape doesn't change for a while. we did the 6 mile, 3 each way, not the 7.5 mile one way, which some people were doing. it mentions somewhere that you can see petroglyphs on this trail, but this must be further down, not on this first portion. end of this trail is very anticlimactic as it ends with the sign for the moab rim trail. nicest things was having the trail mostly to ourselves (started at 8). more people walking in as we were finishing up.

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Lindsey Duff reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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Hidden Jam of Moab arrived early was the only car in the lot. Saw maybe 2 to 3 other people on the trail on Tuesday morning. Good views in the back will definitely come here again!

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Rebecca Beyer reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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Nice quick trail with some shade

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Bridgey McElroy reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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Hiking

If you want to see the petroglyphs, keep right when you get to the end of the valley

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Scott Williams reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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RunningGreat!

A great run!! There are Petroglyphs along the right Canyon wall!! You can continue along the Moab Rim trail to make the run longer. I’d wager I put down about 9 miles total round trip but I didn’t have my phone with me to track the run.

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Lindy Lopeman reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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William Jones reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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Really three completely different types of terrain over the 4 mi one way out ( then of course back). Understated but exceeded our expectations.

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Taylor Williams reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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Brian Potts reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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HikingGreat!

This trail was a true gem outside the chaos and crowdedness of Arches. To be honest, I enjoyed this trail more than most of the ones I did in Arches. You commence the hike with a really steep and sizable upwards trek. After gaining both elevation and an increase in heart rate, you’re rewarded with breathtaking views. True to its name, there is quite literally a hidden valley baked into the canyons. It was an unexpectedly memorable hike, and made better by the fact there were little to no people there.

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Eric Rosenthal reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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Monica Michelson Manley reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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Was looking for a trail close to town and not too crowded. This was perfect. Started at the trailhead at 3pm on a Friday and was back to the car by 5:30. Did not see one other person on the trail! Very quiet and beautiful hike. The view Behind The Rocks is truly breathtaking. First part a bit steep but nothing too challenging.

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Misty Malone reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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HikingGreat!

My favorite hike of all! Challenging somewhat steep rocky climb on first half mile, great workout, and worth the effort to get to the top to see the breathtaking views.

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Jack Jones reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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Running

Beautiful little runner behind town.

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Paul St Onge reviewed Pipe Dream Trail
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Mountain bikingGreat!

Pretty technical with lots of rocks but still fun with nice views of Moab and mountains in the distance. Took the fire road back to get a break from the rocks.

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Fla Machado reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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WalkingGreat!

Beautiful short and very easy walk. Very cute view at the end. Be aware of poison ivy, there is A LOT. But you can see it and just be very careful.

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Vanessa Sumner reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Misty Kovacs reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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One of my favorites

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Whitney S reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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WalkingGreat!

Fun walk. Nice and shaded. Next to the Colorado River. Great views

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Shelby Wood reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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Camping

Easy, nice for evening stroll or people who are unable to hike longer lengths. The end of the path is beautiful

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Steve Alexander reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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HikingGreat!

This is a very underrated trail! I enjoyed it more than some trails in the nearby NPs. The first part of the hike is very rigorous and was mostly in the sun when we went in the afternoon. The views at the top are worth it. You can find some petroglyphs on the trail, but they're a bit out of the way. I'd advise researching the trail online and downloading a map that'll lead you to the sites - we did that without much trouble. Watch out for rattlesnakes. We saw a snake in the valley itself, resting in the shade of a boulder.

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Kevin B reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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the hidden valley was nice! I'm not sure it's worth it to go all the way to the MRT, but I did anyway, but definitely at least go to the pass 2 miles in to get views over the other way. First mile or so is up but then you can jog thru the valley as it's flat

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Short small pond at end, many petroglyphs at beginning of canyon.

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Christopher Linzy reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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Nice short uncrowded hike with plenty of cover and multiple paths as well as a stream and pond with some boulders to climb. The best part though was the abundance of adorable hummingbirds. All in all it was a very pleasant calming immersion in nature.

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Garrett Batch reviewed Pipe Dream Trail
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Sam Tenenbaum reviewed Hidden Valley Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fantastic trail. the first half mile is something else so mentally prepare fo that and you're set. Really nice looking out point/rest spot at 2 miles(underneath arch). a coyote followed me along the rim, pretty cool. got to the end and continued onto Moab rim trail, cut back where the atv Sand Hills path was. Then caught the trail going to the top of the range(really steep .6 miles up, but worth it). all in all the extra stuff added 2.5 miles. left at 5:45pm, back at 9:30. was solo and was caught in pure darkness the whole last mile. moonlight helped with descending. saw two people on the way up. and a couple at the arch. highly suggest going up to the out trail that overlooks Moab and the mountain range behind.

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Off Road DrivingRocky

Took 2 dual sport motorcycles on this. Didn’t make it past 200 ft. This path is NOT moderate for OHV. It is extremely difficult and has a section called ”devil’s crack” that is not for the faint of heart. We saw oil leak spots and broken parts that show others have struggled in their vehicles. If you do not have a super lightweight bike or heavily modified/lifted 4x4, stick to hiking on this trail.

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Ellie Lysenko reviewed Moonflower Canyon Trail
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