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I had to park and walk to the slot. Totally worth it! But try not to go on a hot day, no shade.

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1 month ago

Of the many trails that I have hiked in Zions east rim, this nu far is three most beautiful and majestic of them all. Except for the length perhaps this trail is technically easy with no climbing. That's not to say that the views to the north, to the south, and into Zion s Canyon are not breathtaking - they are! This may be my favorite hike ever. As stated in previous recordings the actual trail deviates from what is shown on the map but is easy to follow. I ran in to Senegal groups during the hike, but it was a mostly overcast day so the temperature was great for an August day. You won't want to miss this one.

We turned down the gravel road to this trail and we were immediately confronted by a cranky man and his dog asking why we were on private property. We followed the directions on the map exactly. I couldn't tell if he had a gun so we apologized and left. You also have to drive through a creek with water or hike though it. There is a really awesome hike a few miles up the highway with nicer neighbors. Suggest you try that one.

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2 months ago

Awesome and well worth it.

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Started at sunrise. This is a gravel road until you get to the Gulch. Wow! What a view! The trail is easy to navigate since it is also an ATV trail. Didn't see the sun until I got back to the trailhead. Not a lot to see along the way but I did see a wild turkey and a couple of mule deer. The view is worth the walk though.

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2 months ago

Great easy hike! Push on climb the ropes and keep going. We turned around after climbing the second rope.
Somehow my track got deleted :(

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2 months ago

This was such a beautiful hike

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3 months ago

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3 months ago

This is a strenuous hike but well worth the trip. I am certain an ATV will get you there quicker, just like a train ride will get you to the top of Pikes Peak a lot faster, but where is the satisfaction in that? We completed the hike from the Peekaboo Canyon lot just North of Kanab to the entrance to Red Canyon in about an hour. We followed ATV trail 102. We thought 102L would be quicker but it wasn't. Too many ups and downs. Not pleasant in deep fine sand. The slot canyon was amazing. We ate a quick lunch at the site and hiked back staying on 102 in about an hour. Difficult but doable.

The directions to this trail lead me through someone's property which was blocked off. We were excited to stop here on our trip from Utah to Arizona but since the gate was blocked off at the old trading post we had to skip it.

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4 months ago

Wonderful alternative route to Observation Point, but a couple of points that I haven't seen mentioned anywhere! 1) The sign at the trailhead says it is 3.3 miles (6.6 RT)...my Fitbit and phone clocked it at 9.5 miles round trip. Much longer than posted! 2) BRING BUG SPRAY. Swarms of flies literally everywhere and they will follow you down the length of the trail - it would have been much more pleasant without them and 3) The first mile or so on the return trip is entirely uphill - not too difficult but something I wasn't expecting.

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5 months ago

We hiked this trail with 7 adults and 8 kids between the ages of 1-5. We only made it to the boulders before the rope in the slot canyon, but it was a blast for the kids and everyone enjoyed the hike. With the little legs it took us about an hour and a half to do the first half of the trail, in and out. We'll definitely do this hike again when we're headed down highway 89 and need a place for the kids to stretch their legs.