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A beautiful, relatively secluded hike up a stream past a couple cabins up to a huge concave "weeping rock".

A great hike to get away from the crowds at Zion. The arch is across the canyon from the end of the trail. A bit anti-climatic for some but I enjoyed it.

7 days ago

Great scenery and very uncrowded. Would recommend!

Good trail. Pretty views.

9 days ago

Hiked this trail in mid June 2017. Weather was perfect around mid 70's. Very easy hike with great views and hardly any traffic on the trail. I would recommend this as an excellent alternative to the larger National Parks.

Nice wilderness hike, would've given a 5 if there weren't 20 creek crossings! Yikes. Double arch at end was neat. Best part is it isn't not touristy, a real nature hike.

17 days ago

Easy, but great trail. Uphill one way, and downhill back. Great way to get your heart pumping in the morning. Our dog loved it!

awesome hike with beautiful scenery, would like to do it again when water is flowin through

Beautiful hike of varying views. Love the double arch alcove at the end! Tons of water crossings make it fun!

23 days ago

24 days ago

I did this trail with a couple of friends a few years back, and it's a workout! Be prepared to bring water and a good pair of shoes; don't attempt the entire trail spontaneously. We had to cut the hike short after a while when we realized how long the trail was, plus we didn't have a car at the bottom so we had to go back up to the overlook. Lots of beautiful views though! Definitely want to give the whole trail a shot the next time I visit Utah.

Another great hike out to Kolob Arch as part of the Zion Traverse this time. Great weather and camping, and Beatty Spring was flowing well and clear.

24 days ago

This trail is amazing! It's easy and has an ever changing and exciting landscape. It seems to go on forever and you can turn back at any time. Near the end there are tons of fun boulders and climbs you can climb over and find your way around but nothing that needs equipment. The slot canyon kept us cool from the hot sun. It's very green and would be positively gorgeous in the fall. This is my new favorite chill hike. The best part about it is that it isn't very well known so it's pretty empty. We had the whole hike to ourselves!

This is an easy-moderate, beautiful trail that is kind of Zion-in-miniature. You get high peaks, a deep canyon chiseled by water, an upstream hike to majestic red arches, and, beyond the arches, a narrow but very pretty waterfall. Like most trails in the Zion Wilderness, traffic on the trail isn't particularly heavy. Recommended.