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Did this hike with my 6yr old, who is an avid hiker. Loved it! It was a great workout!

The best way to do this trail is to park a vehicle in grand wash, and hike from there. The start is the Cassidy Arch trail. It's a lot of gain in little miles.from there, you continue on the well marked frying pan trail. From that point, go through Cohab canyon. The views are spectacular. This will take you right down to the Fruita campground. We usually have another vehicle to get us back to the car in grand wash. We have also had a ranger take Us back too. Great hike.

hiking
14 hours ago

My 6-year-old loved clambering up and down the rocks and steps on this trail. It is a loop around and into a small canyon to view several ruins perched on precarious ledges. Despite the bit of up and down it's not very strenuous. Beware of rattlesnakes - we saw one. Visitor's center is closed Tue and Wed but we had a great visit despite missing out on that part.

Love it, came down when it was dark, so I suggest you do it when there is still sun.

We hiked this trail about a week ago. Some of the road is a bit tricky to drive on since it is loose sand but it was fine in our SUV. I would not attempt this road if it was wet.

It is an easy hike but a lot of it is in an inch or two of water. Water shoes or hiking boots are best. Saw lots of people with improper footwear.

Peur du vide non , mais peur de la foule oui....
La vue au sommet n’est pas à couper le souffle non plus.

Nice hike, lots of arches to see. Not super difficult, but still you are in the desert so water is a must. Great spots to just hang out and take in the views.

hiking
15 hours ago

Fantastic hike!! If you are going in the afternoon, go clockwise, for afternoon shade which almost takes you into this other world. It was absolutely gorgeous. Stunning views of the canyon. If you go clockwise there is a steep initial descent, and then a pretty steep ascent around mile 4-4.5 which is probably the hardest part but its fun. A lot of exposure so take a lot of water and snacks.

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16 hours ago

This tail is so pretty right now with all the fall colors!

18 hours ago

great trail

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18 hours ago

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trail running
19 hours ago

The beginning is a little dull but the higher you go the better it gets. The beaver dams are great but the best part is after. If you do anything off trail it’s closer to 6 miles.

The bridge to the sawmill is broken and we didn’t try to cross it. (This is at the very end of the trail).

Our rating would be moderate.

The riverside walk is an easy hike up to the Narrows- you can actually go off the paved area and hike the dirt path next to the river

hiking
19 hours ago

This was a great hike - I loved every part of it - However, if you have any fear of heights then this trail is not for you

A nice loop trail hitting three arches, Sandstone, Broken Arch, and Tapestry arch. Easy for most anyone. Loops through the campground so you can access the trail in a couple locations.