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Great afternoon hike through the canyon. The Waterfall is solid ice, but beautiful. be careful working your way down to it. It's slicker than it looks right now, I was glad there was a rope. Also, the access gate is now closed for winter, so it will add a few miles to walk up to the trailhead. and there is no sign at the trailhead. It starts where the road loops back. I only saw two other people the whole day. Enjoy !

hiking
over grown
7 hours ago

The trail is easy to follow for the most part but also getting a bit overgrown in a few spots so I would recommend long pants. Look up as you are hiking in and out. For me, the beauty of this hike was in the journey.

hiking
7 hours ago

Great family hike. I went in November and it was cold and windy so be prepared for much cooler temps than in Zions main canyon. Once you get to the end you not only get to look back on the red monoliths that make Kolob canyon famous but also a distant but equally beautiful view to Zion’s main canyon and surrounding area. Really enjoyed this one.

hiking
blowdown
bugs
over grown
rocky
10 hours ago

excellent hike....

hiking
icy
10 hours ago

Hiked 11/12/19. Recommend going east to west because I prefer ascending the steeper side instead of trying to negotiate it descending. Some ice on the river trail and on top.

My kids and I did this hike last week. it is such a great kids hike! My 3 year old did the whole thing without a single complaint. There were patches of snow but nothing our regular tennis shoes couldn't handle. We can't wait to do this hike again.

hiking
blowdown
13 hours ago

The busy trail has a major blow-out closure just above the lower Emerald Pool. One sign mentioned that the entire trail was closed, and folks coming down told us the trail was open. The sign should have been more descriptive.

hiking
14 hours ago

Good, but not exceptional, hike. The views include too much man-made structures and roads. We prefer more secluded views.

hiking
14 hours ago

Love this trail. The road was closed so it added about another 1/2 mile to the trailhead but it wasn’t bad since it is paved. Only passed two people as we were coming back down. Enjoyed the waterfall even though the scaling down the rope is a little scary but so worth the views.

Did this yesterday- STUNNING. But you need to be in decent shape. Peekaboo Loop is incredible. Go clockwise (left at the junction) so you approach Wall of Windows from the southeast. Our path was to park at Sunrise, short walk to Sunset, then hike DOWN Wall Street to Navajo, Navajo to Peekaboo, when you finish Loop go to Queens Garden, come up to finish at Sunrise. You can pop off to see Bridges if you want. You miss Thors Hammer doing it like this. It’s a lot of short steep elevation changes but not technically challenging.

Hiked 11/11/19. Trail was in great condition. Partly wooded and then some nice views along the mountain to the top. Very sunny on the way up around 2pm almost hard to see! Lots of cute dogs. They must be in great shape here. Slipped twice on the way down (towards the top where it was a bit slick). Other than that it was fine. And a shoutout to local friend I met on the trail Maria who drove me out of the park so I could get a Lyft.

hiking
rocky
18 hours ago

Dog friendly. Nice day hike

ohv/off road driving
19 hours ago

Fun trail, gets pretty technical. Love all the creek crossings. Did entire trail in JK, 35in, no lockers.

Beautiful arch. Huge!

hiking
19 hours ago

My favorite arch of all

Super easy walk to an incredible view! Seeing the Green River puts things into perspective at just how massive Canyonlands is. Beautiful!

Super quick and easy walk to a beautiful overlook!

running
20 hours ago

Went on this Trail and arrived at the parking lot around 3 PM on Monday (Veteran’s day), which was the free national park day. I’m not sure if it’s usually this way during the week and in the afternoon, but the double arch trail was actually very open. I would say only 5-6 people were there at one time and would quickly move on to another trail. It was not hard to find a parking spot at all. There are 3 different sections of parking throughout the circle at the end of the road for the “Windows”. Some day I’ll come back and have more time to do many more trails. Cheers!

This hike was so much fun! I’m a fairly avid hiker so it wasn’t too difficult for me but there’s for sure inclines as you go along the trail. I did go off trail a few times so be sure to double check where you’re going! It was just a tad muddy too but nothing crazy. It was such a beautiful hike, I’d highly recommend it :)

hiking
20 hours ago

Outstanding weather in the upper50’s-warming to 60’s for this hike to upper emerald pool. Some great views with some fall color looking down on the virgin river as you ascend to the upper pool. The lower was closed. Moderate traffic. Not much water in the pool but a nice shady cool spot for a lunch break.

this a great trail for dogs.

hiking
21 hours ago

Worth the hype. Do it at sunrise for a small crowd (10 people when i got there for a 7am sunrise in early November). On the way down we passed hundreds of people. Would have been a totally different experience with all those people up there.

Such a fun trail! Started hiking 40 minutes before the sunrise. 3 cars in the parking lot. Stopped briefly at Tunnel, pinetree, landscape And navajo arches before taking a water break at partition to enjoy the amazing view. If i were to do it again I’d bee-line to partition to watch the sun crest over all that space. Saw double-o and dark angel before turning around and heading out on the primitive path. I was a little weary reading some reviews and was happily surprised at how easy it was to navigate. Every time i would begin to question where i was supposed to go a happy little cairn would be sitting there guiding the way. If a trail has wood blocking it that means stay out. Going on the primitive path for the way back meant almost no rock climbing at all as much as hopping off waist sized boulders onto sand. I would highly recommend it. By the time i reached the car the sun was out and the parking lot was full! Would definitely recommend a sunrise hike here as i was totally alone for the great majority of it.

hiking
icy
muddy
rocky
scramble
snow
21 hours ago

The first half of the trail is gradual and pretty easy. After the gate the rocks and incline get intense. If you’re not in a good 4x4 then you will have a tough time. It’s a pretty bland ride on a motorcycle and it wouldn’t be worth hiking on foot. A Jeep would be the way to go. I wanted to test out my tote goat and it did really well until I hit some rocky scramble that required walking it up while feathering the throttle. It would have been better on a Honda XR100 over my 4.5 HP tote goat with centrifugal clutch. Still it was a good ride and a good challenge for the little fella. Road is minimally maintained. There were only a few others I came across on the trail: a four wheeler, a pair of hikers, and a truck that only went to the halfway point gate.

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