Explore the most popular no dogs trails in United States with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great Views.trail is always packed so recommend to start in the morning. We walked all the way up, starting at Honolulu zoo, so you don‘t have to pay for parking nor worry about getting a parking spot. It‘s an easy trail. But stay hydrated.

The beginning is really muddy, once you are at the bottom at seashore its full of lava rocks which. The queen's bath is worth the hike, just becareful with the waves.

hiking
9 hours ago

Did this trail 2 years ago. Well worth. View at the end is amazing. Strenuous to walk up again. One should wear hiking boots and poles for sure. We also experienced the trail muddy and slippery. I would recommend it only to good hikers. Compared to the canyon trail which is also rated moderate, this trail is really moderate to hard.

Awesome trail.

Did the hike today. Moderate Trail. Can be slippery and muddy. View into the canyon is great, standing on top of the waterfalls also. Trail is very highly trafficked. We started at the lookout. Trail was disappointing compared to other trails on the island.

Me and my crew couldn't have asked for a better place to backpack and camp. Although the hike in with 30lb packs was rough for us since we hadn't don't any training prior to our trek, we made it in, found our spot and survived next to the pools for a good 3 days. The views were immaculate and there was plenty of good places to hide in the shade. The pools were beautiful and there was plenty of water for us to swim and filter. If you're going to do this hike and make it an overnight, make sure you have at least a gallon of water on you and a water filtration system.

walking
10 hours ago

Really easy, the most difficult thing was walking in the sand, but worth the ten minutes it takes to complete.

hiking
10 hours ago

Fun hike with some fun areas to scramble up at

hiking
10 hours ago

Really simple walk up but can do a bit of bouldering/climbing

Great hike! Awesome waterfall!

hiking
10 hours ago

The initial trail made it seem like it was going to be more of a guided stroll and it increased in intensity as you continues.

hiking
10 hours ago

Great views from the top of the butte

hiking
11 hours ago

Walked from the Hutton trailhead (easy to find parking) to meet up with the Hiouchi hoping to get to the Stout Grove. We couldn’t cross the river “land bridge” because of the spring melt, but it’s just as well because the end of the trail before the river is beautiful. We saw minimal people and went in the early afternoon to catch the glowing stain glass effect the sun makes around 3:30-4:00pm.

I'd skip that one. Not much happening there. At least like Collin said: it is not crowded. But there are good reasons for that. The burnt section made it specia/dramatic but really not much happening there. The trail is easy enough to follow but not as well maintained. Summary: not worth the detour, there are nicer hikes around

All great views! Maybe not the smartest itinerary, but still overall great!

hiking
11 hours ago

I mean, if you are at the parking lot, you have to at least do that

hiking
11 hours ago

Amazing hike, I really liked it. I'd say do fairytale and this loop. This is NOT a hard hike, moderate. Bryce viewpoint is great, and going down there is equally cool. Worth it!

Great trail for a family walk with young kids. Beautiful park and trail. The kids loved all the animal sightings, which included nutria, deer, turtles, and so many birds.

The park is a nature preserve, so that comes with a lot of restrictions; no dogs, no bikes, no trail running. These restrictions made for a very peaceful and relaxing experience.

Also we did not have to slog through spring mud thanks to the well maintained gravel trail.

I’ll be taking the family back in a few weeks so we can check out the other path that is only open seasonly.

Cool and amazing hike, but it gets crowded. Fairytale loop is nicer I think, but that's just me. Anyway, still worth doing.

hiking
11 hours ago

The tower bridge itself is very disappointing. And since you go down there, why not do the whole loop! You won't regret. Because this hike is alright, but you are missing out the best part by not doing the loop!

hiking
11 hours ago

Wow, this is amazing! Great hike, easy for the distance. The gain is very moderate and offers amazing views. I started from sunrise point at about sunrise. It was good so that the trail was essentially empty and not too warm. This is the most amazing hike around Bryce (as far as I know)

hiking
11 hours ago

I ended up doing most of this in several strech going down there. It offers great view, but if you have the legs, go down there! Anyway, great views.

hiking
11 hours ago

It's a fine hike which would deserve 5 starts except that you are in Zion and there are nicer ones to do for 3 miles. Still worth it.

How is that moderate and Angels Landing Hard?! Anyhow, add angels landing. Also, if you do it one way, I'd advise picking west rim and not telephone canyon because the view is nicer. Great hike!

Awesome views, way less populated than Queens Garden/Navajo loop. Steady incline at times, totally worth it

Great hike! Start early and add angels landing! This, and observation point (and the narrows) would be the MUST hike in Zion. I did this in a day hike - decent gain and decent distance but the trail is for the length quite easy. You can't lose the trail, and it is well maintained. The gain is steady. And most importantly, the view is awesome, those gray mountains! Amazing. If you do it from lava point and need to choose telephone vs west rim -> do west rim! Much nicer view

That is quite a unique experience. I don't know why, but there is something satisfying about going knee or even balls deep in this hike. It is a hard hike, not so much because strenous, but mostly because it is very "technical" and you have to watch your steps not to roll an ankle. Most of it is in the water, so bring proper footwear. They rent shoes and pants for that at the entrance I think. I was wearing crocs sandals with socks, and it was OK (although a bit cold). Bring a jacket - it won't always shine so you can get a bit cold. I don't know what's up with the 4000 feet gain - it must be a problem with the gps.
Also, at first the hike is annoying crowded with people having no clue how to walk in river - but don't worry: it gets better quickly.
I'm assuming that the water level varies depending on time of the year - I've seen pictures with much less water. Anyway, just be smart about where you walk. It takes a lot of time to do despite the distance - reserve a lot of time to do this. And you can turn around before the end anyway.
Conclusion: definitely a must hike in Zion, I"d say it's very special.

hiking
11 hours ago

It was beautiful!!! Amazing views, it was steep and snowing when we went, but the view at the end was worth it. Can’t wait to do it again during the summer

hiking
12 hours ago

Considering what is around, I'd say skip this. Go to observation point (which is longer and harder but much better). I added it as extra miles to cap the day, but I don't think I've reach the true end of this hike - you need to scramble after some point.

I was a bit disappointed by this one. I was expecting a great view, but it was only "alright". I went there for sunset, but nothing spectacular. Also, this is NOT a moderate hike - it's easy. I did this in sandals after a 25 miles-ish day. Also, if you come by car from the valley, the parking is immediately after the tunnel to your right - don't miss it! Overall, it's worth stopping if you drive by, but not worth making the detour.

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