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scenic driving
49 minutes ago

Beautiful views of the red mountains from the car window.

hiking
1 hour ago

Easy hike with gorgeous scenery and shade. VERY busy the day we went though. Get there early!!

Amazing hike. Easy to get to, moderate with a few scrambles to keep it interesting. Feels like going back in time! Saw two snakes on the trail, give them their space. I yelled and in both cases they slithered back where they came from. They IMMEDIATELY DISAPPEAR in the brush so STAY ON THE TRAIL because you would never see them. We went early (6am) but it was getting crowded by the time we were heading back. Definitely recommend!

really narrow trails nothing marked

Very nice hiking trail but poorly marked.

Hike on April 22. 54 and 56 yr olds with good health and regularly walk 5-8 miles daily and 1-2 hikes each week with elevation. This took all we had going up in 1.5 hours and 1 hour to come down. 25 yr old son went up in 45 min and down in 30.

We would say the width of trail is your wingspan at best and 50% of trail is 1.5x body width but completely safe for all but those with serious height fears. As others have noted the views are spectacular and well worth the effort.

on Spur Cross Loop

hiking
4 hours ago

My best hike till today!

off road driving
off trail
rocky
4 hours ago

Quite difficult but totally worth it. The waterfall was beautiful and refreshing. Highly recommended for hiking but be sure to bring refreshments, same if you’re off-roading. You can actually get away with camping on the trail by the creek but I wouldn’t count on it since you can’t predict if there will be people there or not.

great trail with some nice views. I did this 15 Apr 2019 and can't wait to get back there fir another stroll.

hiking
bugs
scramble
5 hours ago

hiking
bugs
rocky
6 hours ago

Awesome, and truly breathtaking views, beautiful and varying types of flowers and plants along the way. If you love Weevers Needle, this is a great spot to view it from. Overall a decent hike, I would say the trail is pretty well marked in certain areas, but be cautious. It’s at least mostly marked where the trail isn’t (if that makes sense). It’s very clear once you get in eyesight of the end. There is shade in the beginning but the last mile doesn’t have a lot. For those who haven’t been, when it says “Lone Tree” it’s totally correct. You are not at the end until you’re standing on the edge of a cliff next to a lone tree (huge) and gazing out at Weevers Needle. Happy trails!

hiking
scramble
7 hours ago

The directions from this app had us parking in the lot that accessed Munds Wagon trail off Schnebley Road so we did the Munds to Hangover to Cowpie loop. Vehicles traveling on the road parallel to Munds were seen and heard, but once you get onto the Hangover trail, they were not a factor. I agree with other reviewers...would definitely go clockwise and start with Hangover as I would not want to come down the Hangover side. It was very steep going up. Wear shoes with good grips on the soles. Go early! We started at 8am and hardly saw anyone. Was an absolutely gorgeous hike and we loved it. Total distance was 9.1 miles because of the additional Munds trail. It took us 4 hours but we took lots of photos. Highly recommend!!!

hiking
no shade
9 hours ago

Didn’t realize this was going to be a black top, super wide path. It’s pretty steep in some places so you get a good aerobic workout.
My knees didn’t care much for some areas on the way down. Such a boring walk.

hiking
scramble
11 hours ago

I recommend this two night backpacking trip in April or October, we have been both months and the temp at Bright Angel and Indian Gardens is very comfortable. Enter South Kaibab and exit Bright Angel, on Bright Angel there is some shade and resting point every 1 -1/2 miles. Request camping permits for Bright Angel and Indian Gardens 6 months in advance. Be sure to take hiking poles they will save your knees on the descent. At Indian Gardens take the 3 mile side hike out to Plateau Point, it is an amazing over look. Take a head lamp for the return hike and see the sunset. At the end make a reservation for dinner at El Tovar restaurant, food is great views awesome and a great way to celebrate your accomplishment. Be safe and enjoy.

I recommend this two night backpacking trip in April or October, we have been both months and the temp at Bright Angel and Indian Gardens is very comfortable. Enter South Kaibab and exit Bright Angel, on Bright Angel there is some shade and resting point every 1 -1/2 miles. Request camping permits for Bright Angel and Indian Gardens 6 months in advance. Be sure to take hiking poles they will save your knees on the descent. At Indian Gardens take the 3 mile side hike out to Plateau Point, it is an amazing over look. Take a head lamp for the return hike and see the sunset. At the end make a reservation for dinner at El Tovar restaurant, food is great views awesome and a great way to celebrate your accomplishment. Be safe and enjoy.

hiking
11 hours ago

Nice 3 mile loop mostly flat. Great scenery.

hiking
11 hours ago

This was a nice hike but I considered it very rocky. Hard to enjoy the beauty when you have to watch every step so carefully. Lovely at the top and very courteous hikers along the way. Must pay $7 to enter. Don’t remember reading anything about this. Glad I had some cash.

hiking
bugs
rocky
12 hours ago

Listen.. a big majority of this trail is on private land. There are no signs posted, but its kind of obvious because the access to the trail head and trail is on the owners road. He does run a business that will take you out on horseback, but he is reluctant to have hikers go through alone because of falling rocks, snakes, and other dangers. Take the horse trail ride with a guide and you will amazed.

Ok as a respite from the city to see & hear some wetlands wildlife. Very flat & not technical so a bit ho-hum for a hiker but maybe good to take young kids or handicapped friends & family.

Ok as a respite from the city to see & hear some wetlands wildlife. Very flat & not technical so a bit ho-hum for a hiker but maybe good to take young kids or handicapped friends & family.

hiking
bugs
no shade
off trail
rocky
13 hours ago

It was a great trail, with amazing views. There are a lot of different paths crossing, but with the GPS I could find my way.

Devils Bridge was beautiful. The hike in wasn’t fun. A dirt road in that had the Jeep tours that kept passing and kicking up dust. Once we finally got to Devils bridge the view was great. The overcrowding, people in every picture you took and the long line up just to take a picture on the bridge, not so much. Stay away, unless you go early.

Midgley Bridge parking is tough to come by so be there before 8am. We arrived too late and decided to hike up it from the North trail about 2 miles up the road. The next day we arrived at Midgley Bridge by 7am and then hiked it again but only to the 1st bench. North trail isn’t nearly as pretty but completely do able when you’re arriving to the area in the afternoon and still want a BIG day. Once on top of Wilson at the fork, take it to Sedona Overlook. We chose the Canyon Overlook and it’s not as spectacular and something like 1.5 miles farther than Sedona Overlook. You can easily do both overlooks though. Do not miss doing this from Midgely Bridge trailhead. These are the memory shots. Have fun!

hiking
no shade
rocky
13 hours ago

It is a nice starter trail. Not to hard on the body and good distance.

hiking
rocky
13 hours ago

This trials is heavily used the later in the day you go. Beautiful scenery and it’s rather easy to get to the top. This is my third time doing this hike and I’d say the best time was in the rain we were above the clouds and the only people there.

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