hiking
8 days ago

Absolutely stunning if done early morning or sunset.

hiking
9 days ago

Interesting things to see on this trail. The bristlecone pines are shaped and twisted in a bizarre kind of way making them appear like creatures from a fantasy movie. We were there last Sunday morning and it was 29°F and very windy. Be careful with your footing as there are plenty of loose rocks!

hiking
no shade
rocky
10 days ago

Beautiful views at the end and so neat to see the Bristle Cone pine trees with their twisted roots. Steep and rocky, but our kids 5-13 did great.

hiking
closed
14 days ago

hiking
closed
18 days ago

Tried to hike this trail on May 16th but both trailheads were closed.

Went a few days ago, closed due to snow.

hiking
closed
21 days ago

Went a few days ago, closed due to snow.

hiking
1 month ago

This is one of my favorite little hikes. In July, the wildflowers are unreal. It’s a pretty easy hike and my kids (ages 4, 6 and 8) handle it pretty well. Lots of shade from the lovely evergreens.

hiking
2 months ago

This is a fun little hike. The wildflowers are amazing. This is one of my kids favorites to do.

hiking
3 months ago

I’ve done this trail in the winter many times, beautiful views and fun to slide around on the frozen pond

Did this hike in November. Very high elevation and pretty cold weather. Beautiful Bryce-like formations and colors and perfect place to watch the sunset. Didn’t have time to hike the second ramparts half so will definitely go back.

No crowds, spectacular views- bring water. You must like heights.

lovely views totally worth hiking the whole trail for the view!

hiking
scramble
7 months ago

one of the most beautiful views I have ever seen! mostly downhill to get to the arch and then uphill to get back. A must do!

Great views! Perfect weather in the fall.

Absolutely amazing area with almost no people. I think I met less than 5 people during the hike (about 1.5-2 hours) and parking was also largely empty. This trail seems to be the best way to take in the views, which includes not only Cedar Breaks itself, but also a number of bristlecone pine trees. Highly recommend this if you are in southern Utah.

hiking
7 months ago

easy little strole.

hiking
7 months ago

Beautiful view of the sunset. You can watch the sunset from the parking lot at the beginning of the hike and skip the hike though or there is even a parking lot at the end of the hike if you wanted to skip the hike altogether. It was cold, which is the only reason I would think of skipping the hike. Beautiful paved path.

hiking
7 months ago

We hiked to Spectra Point and back, didn't have more time. Even on a Sunday mid Oct, not really crowded. Great views, spectacular scenery!

hiking
off trail
8 months ago

Trail was super easy to follow, after the ramparts point you go off trail. Still easy to follow if you see the general direction you’re supposed to go. It was cold and windy but had some of the most amazing views, only was difficult on the way back as it’s mostly uphill. Very worth it, I’d do it again when it’s warmer for sure.

hiking
8 months ago

Very nice, no crowds. A bit chilly and windy. The waterfall was dry. In our opinion the rim route is pretty well maintained and easy to follow, the trick is don’t get more than 50’ from the rim and you can’t really miss the path. That cross trekking through the Forest was pretty sketch. Enjoy!

hiking
8 months ago

We did the north end. A very pleasant walk and saw frogs. Don't expect views of the amphitheatre. The aspens were just beginning to turn.

Pretty views, but crowded. Stunning views of Cedar Breaks.

hiking
8 months ago

This was a great little trail we did on our last day in UT. A bit overgrown, but it feels wild and the pond was beautiful and lush with dragonflies. A lot of downed trees.

The views are breathtaking. At first sight it looks unreal. Couldn't stop taking pictures. Very easy walk even at that altitude.

hiking
8 months ago

This was our first hike after arriving. Had a bit of trouble adjusting to the altitude but paced ourselves and did fine. Pond is crystal clear and peaceful. Only came upon one group of hikers so enjoyed the serenity. Do the lower trail first as the climb will be easier going up the upper trail. So glad we did this hike.

hiking
8 months ago

Has a few nice views or the meadows and the canyons, but mostly walking thru trees and blowdown. The alpine pond is a brief but nice area. Somewhat challenging hike if you're not used to the altitude, like myself. Enjoyed the hike over all. Lots of shared area, but it was a cool breezy day so that wasn't quite as important. Lots and lots of wildflowers and (non-nuisance) insect activity.

hiking
off trail
over grown
8 months ago

We used our gps to guide us to the arch and found it after a few slightly wrong direction turns. Once you make it to the end of Rampart trail then continue on through woods and the wash and follow the canyon rim line. Coming back was easier. Not a single soul to be found on this trail - I guess since there really is no trail - you have to follow the gps on the all trails map. It was our first triple arch and we loved it! Be sure to snap a photo when it first comes in to view on your left because the closer you get to it, the harder it is to get all 3 arches in the shot!

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