North Fork Taylor Creek is a 5.2 mile out and back trail located near New Harmony, Utah that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips.

Length5.2 miElevation gain698 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingNature tripsRunningRiverViewsWildlifeFeeNo dogs
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Zion National Park charges a fee to enter. Fees are $35 per vehicle or $30 per motorcycle. If you are entering on foot, horse, or bike the fee is $20 per person. You can also purchase a park specific annual pass for $70. Please visit their site directly to secure your pass: https://www.nps.gov/zion/planyourvisit/fees.htm

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Sheila Rusch
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HikingClosed

Rock slide closed the trail for at least the next week. Rangers started there are still falling rocks. Maybe next time

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Jeff Johnson
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Stuart Z
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HikingOver grown

Easy, hidden gem runs along the river surrounded by huge canyon walls. Picturesque during fall, lots of gold and red leaves. Gets very overgrown with shrubs halfway in. I suggest taking the middle fork from the cabin instead. Gets crowded, arrive before 8AM for parking.

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Mark Seigworth
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Hiking

I will stick with the middle fork from now on. The canyon is nice, but not many good views. The trail becomes very overgrown and hard to follow after it splits from middle fork trail.

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Jane Walker
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Hiking

Great hike. The trees are just starting to change color. So easy to follow trail and cross the creek.

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Jake Timm
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WalkingGreat!

We went early in the morning and beat some major crowds. The hike is longer than 5.2 miles. Closer to 6.2 miles.

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Erika Sevigny
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Hiking

This his was wonderful! Way less crowded, fun terrain, awesome views the whole way. Was the perfect length. Pack a lot of water!

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Kevin Black
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Hiking

Follow the stream.

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Stewart Carnes
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Hidden treasure. The first plus mile is along the main Middle Fork Trail. It well traveled, wide and very muddy in spots. Just past the cabin is a trail sign with an arrow pointing right, saying Talor Creek. Our trail is right behind the sign. Head straight behind the sign. The first mile of North Fork trail is very overgrown, much smaller and at times it totally disappeared. There is no trail the last half mile. You're in a wider dry creek bed with large boulders. More scrambling

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Thal Wright
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Hiking

nice version to the Taylor Creek series

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Jeremy Hancock
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Hiking

Absolutely fantastic. Trail gets pretty ill defined after the left at the cabin. Just keep with the stream. The last part of the trail is simply the dry stream bed. So beautiful in the early evening.

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Rodger Sayles
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Hiking

beautiful and pretty easy.

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Shaleane Gee
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This is one of my favorite places with incredible beauty and an abundant diversity of wildlife and different ecosystems.

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Marisol Duran
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Meg R.
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Victor Sipos
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Franky A
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Jacob Klopfenstein
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Mark Gardner
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