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hiking
rocky
scramble
2 hours ago

Fun little slot Canyon close to the road! Had it to myself early morning.

Great short trail with incredible views throughout. Gives the perspective of how big the Mt. Carmel Tunnel is. The final view of the Canyon is incredible. Lots of people, but we found that the parking situation wasn’t as bad as expected. We didn’t park in either small lot, but along the road further up like most everyone else. Be aware that coming into the tunnel from the east side you cannot park, or make a left hand turn into the main lot beside the ranger station.

hiking
no shade
off trail
over grown
scramble
2 hours ago

Beautiful place to hike but you absolutely need to download the map - no trail at all. Easy to get turned around on the slick rock sections which had me panicked a couple times! It would be wise to bring a topo map and compass too just in case. Went in October when it was dry. Lots of wildlife - mule deer and bighorn sheep!

Great loop even for a somewhat beginner as long as you’ve got some stamina to get back up! Pretty crowded even in October but definitely worth a few hours!

on The Wave Trail

hiking
muddy
no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
5 hours ago

Probably the last car of the year past the gate (sheriff waiting for me at the trailhead to open the gate by Bowman Fork lower and let me out at 6:30 pm). Snow from the start, 5-9 inches of snow by the upper meadow. Fun blustery day.

hiking
snow
6 hours ago

Snow came down like crazy. At least 8” at the lake when we started our decline around 10:30 PM. It was easy to come down the trail in fresh powder, though. The wind was gnarly and blew a bunch of trees down across the trail and animals were very active. 10/10 would do it again even in the snow.

hiking
muddy
rocky
snow
8 hours ago

Very beautiful scenic views. Difficult trail. Snow on the upper 1/3.

Nice, easy hike with great views of the city and the entire valley. Decent sized parking lot and an overflow parking lot just a few hundred feet away.

This hike is amazing and so much fun. Did it four times. Unfortunately, last time was way too crowded. Many people have no patience and do not wait for you to go down and up safely on the chains. They try to pass without considering the risk they are creating for other hikers. Many unattended teenagers on the trail doing stupid things. It’s too bad - it’s an amazing hike, but the crowds impact the overall experience negatively. If you go, I recommend avoiding weekends and peak season.

Beautiful hike! We got to the lake right as the storm moved in tonight; difficult journey back to the car but oh so worth it.

hiking
13 hours ago

Loved this hike. Slot canyons were beautiful. Made our way through 3 slots to the arch and turned around. Just enough water to keep it fun. Each slot was unique. The road to the trail head was fine but it seems a long way down the road so don’t give up and turn around. Views across the canyons to Bryce and Kodachrome are impressive from the higher points on the return trip

hiking
13 hours ago

Really beautiful views of Kodachrome and all the way to Bryce. We thought it was well marked with signs. Fun hike and amazing views. Trailhead is right across from very nice bathrooms

13 hours ago

Hard to find.

An awesome hike with amazing views! Trail was easy to follow and the incline was slow and steady. Went around 8:00am on Saturday and didn’t run into anyone till 10:00 so go early and bring the pups! Loved the rocky areas and the snow towards the top.

hiking
13 hours ago

Wasn’t totally sure what to expect but the reviews seemed promising. We braved it in our minivan with 5 kids in tow. Happy to report that the road conditions were fine as long as you take it slowly. My kids, ages 2-11 all did great and loved exploring the slot canyon. The trail is well marked and easy to follow. The hike through the wash is exposed to direct sun but the second half while in the canyon can be chilly. Be sure to take water and have a warm layer handy.

hiking
no shade
scramble
14 hours ago

My second hike on Angels Landing and it was much more crowded than 6 years ago! It is a great hike but if you don’t like heights - it’s not for you! The hike starts at the Grotto Shuttle stop and across the bridge to the sandy trail then Walters Wiggles up and up you go! It’s a cardio workout but paved wide path up to Landing...from there you can decide if you want to go all the way to the top of just chill with the plethora of chipmunks. Plz don’t feed them they are getting fat and annoying ...lol! This hike is full sun except for a few shade areas on the way up...sunscreen water and hat recommended...layers work well this time of year. It was chilly when we started and then was hot on the way down Footwear is important on this hike! Sandstone is slick and I saw people hiking in sandals, slipons and no tread type shoes...bad idea if you want to hike to the top! One slip could cost you your life... Started at 8:30am finished about 1:30pm due to crowds... Enjoy the view and appreciate all Zion has to offer ...happy hiking Not recommended for young children

hiking
14 hours ago

Amazing Trip! We hiked the planned trail to Ibantik but figured it was going to be very busy so we pushed past and went to Seymore Lake. No good campsites there so we doubled back and stayed at a little no name lake we passed on the way to Seymore. Great campsite, river close by and stayed for a 2 days.

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