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Nathan Vanengen reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Paved trail with river access and amazing views of Zion. Do not let your pet get into the water! The bacteria in the water can also hurt humans. Bring sunscreen and bug spray, also a camera! Follow me on Instagram @nathan_vanengen for photos and find other fun adventures in the southwest

Herman Quijano reviewed Angels Landing Trail
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Awesome hike....water is cold & rough terrain. Be sure to wear closed toe shoes

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Jonathan Gellert reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Dulce Natalie reviewed The Zion Narrows Riverside Walk
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Hiked in from the East Mesa trailhead, which is off an old Jeep trail as the bottoms up hike is close due to a rockslide. Make sure you have an adequate vehicle to make it through the ruts or you may want to park further out and walk in to the trailhead, final part of access road is all dirt and rough. Hike was fun, scenic with lots of cool overlooks prior to observation point. Hiked in mid July. Trail was very dusty. Moderately flat most of the way till you get to the last 3/4 miles or so then you have some hills and switchbacks. View is totally worth it. Amazing look down at the park.

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One of my favorite hikes to date. Fun, slightly challenging, and the scenery is amazing. When you get to the wall st fork I recommend hiking up the Orderville Canyon side going right. No matter what though this is a hike everyone should put on their list.

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Up to the chain section i would rate this hike easy to moderate. Chains were closed due to covid. Nice views easy trail all paved switch backs for elevation gain.

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Keep in mind you need to reserve a shuttle to this trail head. No cars allowed. The park shuttles go quickly in advance, but there are private companies (I paid $40) that will take you there and rent equipment. I recommend the earliest possible. It’s beautiful the way the sun changes in the canyon and there are MUCH fewer people. I went 5 miles in and saw amazing sites. I wore tevas with no socks and my feet were a little beaten up after but it was doable. The hiking stick helped me tremendously.

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Pure Awesomeness! Start early and walking stick helps a lot. Hiked to Big Spring. Took us about 3 hours up and just over two hours back. Great experience

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What an experience! I started at about 8am on a Saturday and it wasn't too crowded yet, but as others have said as the morning goes on it starts to turn into a zoo. I wore my regular low top hiking sneakers and was fine, although if I did it again I'd probably rent the special shoes from the outfitters in town. Also in my rush to catch the shuttle I forgot my hiking poles in the car so went without, and I don't recommend doing that! The river gets deeper and the current gets stronger the further you go into the canyon so at some point without poles I decided to turn back because it was getting harder for me to keep going safely. I made it probably only about a mile and a half or so and the deepest the water got in that stretch was about to my arse. I would love to go back and do the full length, but even the portion I did was totally worth it!

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Hiking poles are a must. Wore wool socks with Tevas and it was decent. Started late (10 am) and it was extremely crowded, but trickled down as we got deeper. Returning in the late PM (3'30) felt like Disneyland (with the crowds and long lines). We were the minority whobwore a mask.

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Beautiful and fun at 7am. Water came up to my chest, and I’m 6’ tall. Made it to Big Springs, which was a nice place to rest and turn around. HOWEVER, even after hiking pretty quickly, it was 12:00pm when we turned around. The crowds were INSANE. A complete and utter catastrophe of park planning. Thousands of people swarmed the canyon for miles and absolutely nobody was wearing masks or staying distant. It was a circus and really made the hike rather disappointing, despite the beauty. If you go, turn around by 10am NO MATTER WHAT if you don’t want to be in a huge crowd.

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Fun and gorgeous hike. Gf and I did it yesterday. got to the temple at 7 am with ZAC. there was maybe a hand full of hikers. Glad we rented boots, socks and walking stick. its not necessary but it sure made it very comfortable. We made it past wall street. stopped for lunch and returned. on our way back, it got super packed. i cant imagine how busy it would be on a weekend. so if you are thinking of going, head there early to enjoy the place to yourself. we are looking to return.

B Sommer reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Hiking

Recommend starting 2 hrs before sunset - the sun will be blocked by the mountains, leaving the trail in the shade. Very easy walk (not a hike) and spectacular views with water passing at different points.

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Donovan Frost reviewed Angels Landing Trail
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Hiking

Paved trailed with some amazing views. The most popular hike besides the Narrows. Nice that most of it is in the shade, Would describe this as moderate if you’re in any decent amount of shape. Chains were closed due to COVID. If you keep going, you can do the West Rim trail.

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Walking on rocks the whole time. Very crowded to start. People say to get out at 6:30 if you want to avoid the big crowds - lots of families. We started at 10 on a day where it reached 112 degrees.. so the water was refreshing to say the least. We rented boots and a stick in town for $27. I’d say the stick was necessary but as long as you have close toed athletic shoes, you’re probably fine. The scenery doesn’t change much. We probably turned around near the end of Wall Street, and did the hike in 5 hours total with stops for pictures along the way.

Rory Taylor reviewed Angels Landing Trail
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(not: gps lost signal and didn't log 1.5 miles of my trip ) angels landing last half mile was closed bc of COVID ... BUT my friend and i took the risk and went for it! another group of 4 joined us and I'm so happy I did it. might have been my only chance for the rest of my life! worth the potential fine... sorry not sorry to anyone who shakes their finger at me for not following the rules...

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Kyle Mullane reviewed Pa'rus Trail
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Mallorie Popovich reviewed The Zion Narrows Riverside Walk
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Such a good time. I went in tennis shoes, I don’t think it’s necessarily to rent the waterproof shoes/poles, felt just fine without them!

Spyro Poppadopolous reviewed The Zion Narrows Riverside Walk
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Great easy trail to get warmed up for the narrows. The narrows is definitely a must!!

Leo H. reviewed Angels Landing Trail
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Amazing hike! Definitely has an incline, but the views on top are definitely worth it!

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Took us 8.5 hours to get to big springs and back. Unique and amazing hike. After the first 2 miles or so we often had the river to ourselves. The water was mostly ankle to knee deep although a few short stretches with water up to our chests. We hiked with trekking poles and trail runner/hiking shoes without a problem. I wouldn’t try this hike without a walking stick or poles although we saw people with neither.

Michael Wilson reviewed Angels Landing Trail
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Everyone knows that the chain section is now closed and that this is a top rated hike. A couple suggestions. 1. Get there early. We hit the trail around 7 AM and had almost no sun and we’re quite comfortable the entire hike. Amazing for a day that hit 105! Once you get to scouts look out, continue up the west rim Trail for at least .3 miles to get a higher vantage point of Angels Landing and Zion Canyon. Second, if you’re up for it, add Emerald pools Pike when you return to the bottom one way to the lodge. Definitely worth it and a short 1.6 mile add on.

Roger Kraft reviewed Angels Landing Trail
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If you are afraid of heights this may not be the trail for you. Go early in the morning to avoid the heat of the day and middle of the week to avoid the crowds. Great day hike

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