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Awesome trail, I especially like the Pond Loop direction with the thick canopy that provides abundant shade and less traffic.

12 hours ago

Great for kids. Gets cool in the canyon. Great hike!

no shade
12 hours ago

Went early and there weren’t many people on the trail to start. It filled up fast and got hit on the way down. Not much in the way of shade. Great views at the top. 4 kids (including 4 year old) did it just fine. Great hike!

Trail had elevation but still shallow enough to run parts of it. Beautiful scenery, totally worth the length and don’t forget a swimsuit for the hot springs!

Nice viewpoint, but you can see this view from the shuttle.

12 hours ago

Decent paved trail. Good introduction to the park. can be used to hike in and avoid long wait times for a shuttle at the first stop.

Nice paved trail in Zion. Beautiful waterfall at the end.

Beautiful drive through Zion. Worth doing if visiting from out of town.

my favorite trail yet. we did the easy then moderate one. both are great!

2 miles, a bit of a climb, but beautiful. shade at parts, great hike.

13 hours ago

Great hike if you have snow shoes and poles. Still lots of snow about halfway up the trail. Kept going in sneakers but it was a real fight up the mountain to the summit. Snow was almost waist deep in some places. However the summit was well worth the struggle and is really beautiful with some sick views of Timp and the valley. I would do this again but not until mid summer. Also beware of rain storms. Had to make a mad dash down the trail to get out of the snow before it began to rain. Overall a good hike, but be prepared. It’s not as easy as it looks.

Dude... It was an awesome time. Got poured on, lots of wind, lots of sunshine. lots of uphill and downhill both ways. be careful if you decide to climb the rocks that are after the peak (you'll see a trail that still continues after you get to the peak). muddy in some areas but they're avoidable. most of the way was rocky and dry dirt. totalled at 13 miles for me.

Nice hike but the unleashed dogs and dog poop on the trail as well as numerous dog poop bags in the brush is distracting. The waterfall is well worth the hike.

The falls are flowing well right now!

no shade
14 hours ago

I thought this trail was really fun, it slopes gently at first and then gests steep at the end, on my way back I kept slipping so I kinda just crouched down and slid down the steep part on purpose. One warning that I'm not seeing in these reviews is to look out for snakes! I saw a fair sized rattler yesterday in the holes of one of the lava rocks so keep a sharp eye out!

The road isn't as bad as people made it seem. I seen a Honda element at the access in the back by crack in the rock. However, after a rain there is some pretty muddy spots and the red sand sticks to your tires when its wet. Took me 3 hours in my Subaru, but I took it really easy on the washboard sections. Parked at the water tanks and entered through Crack in the Rock. A 30ft rope will be more than sufficient. The first drop you can do with your pack on but the second will need to be lowered by rope. This can be done in one day as I made it to the Hamblin Arch by noon. I turned around to camp at the alcove in the canyon of the best kept secret in Coyote Gulch. I suggest a good pair of hiking boots with ankle support to wear up top. Once I made it to the gulch I then switched out for my water shoes. You will get your feet wet so don't even bother trying to rock hop. Best time to go is right before memorial weekend as the crowds are not there and the weather is warm enough to enjoy the water. I may have enjoyed it more than the narrows as I was able to set up a basecamp and explore. Don't forget your permit and your wag bags if you plan on camping. Also make time to do the Peekaboo and Spooky canyons that are also on Hole in the Rock road as well as Zebra Canyon. my suggestion is on the way in do the smaller canyons the camp at the trail head for Coyote Gulch and get an early start. Wait to see the sunrise at Crack in the wall. Go in the Gulch, set basecamp and then explore for the day. Camp that day and get an early start back to your car. It's a several mile hike with no shade once your out of the canyons. Morning sun is easier than a noon day sun.

Loved the lava rocks at the bottom.

14 hours ago

We really enjoyed this trail.

Great trail. It was a fun hike. Loved that it was next to the water the whole way. No big finale but the hike was pretty enough on it's own. Some tough log crossings. We got our feet wet but it was worth it!

At the start of the hike you can hear the gun range but once you take the trail around the hill you are no longer able to hear it. The first mile is right next to the stream. Did about a mile half into it. after the first mile the incline is rather steep. it was really wet, muddy and slippery. Not my favorite hike.

14 hours ago

Fantastic easy trail. The lava tubes are unlike anything else. My family loved this!

14 hours ago

Hiked this today; what fun!!! Amazing views across the valley, of the city, and a great way to see some dramatic views of nearby mountains, up close! My app came in at 3.7 miles and just under 1,000’ of gain. No snow or mud to speak of. Lots of hikers, trail runners, mountain bikers, etc. So go early as the streets (parking) becomes congested fast!

Its cold and windy today. I would layer up. Otherwise it is a pretty hike

15 hours ago

So we enjoyed this hike. I would not however say this is kid friendly nor would I rank it as “moderate”, it’s a bit strenuous, and I exercise everyday. It’s an incline the entire 2 miles up. I think if we hadn’t done it without our three kids it would have been a lot easier. Totally doable without kids, we actually finished the hike, but we saw at least two families with kids turn around because it was just too hard. Also, it’s important to note that the 2 miles gets you to a beautiful view of the falls, but not to the actual falls. If you want to go to the falls (put your feet in and be at the foot of them) you have to go about a half hour longer. Anyway, overall, good hike, but not my favorite and it was tough with kids.

It was the “attic” to the living room! Pretty steady incline to the tower, but way better 360 views. Still a good bit of mud in some spots, but do-able.

15 hours ago

Love this hike!

Such a great trail! We ended up taking this one since he one we planned on doing (Navajo loop) was closed. My 6 year old loved it.

no shade
15 hours ago

Absolutely beautiful trail. There is not much shade so protect your skin! Amazing views while going up and easy/moderate most of the way. The part that makes it hard is the last half-mile to a mile that is super steep and difficult. But getting to the waterfall and seeing the amazing view is worth it! Would recommend to anyone who wants to put in a little hard work and reap the rewards :)

on Devils Garden Loop Trail with 7 Arches

15 hours ago

varied terrain with fun to climb slick rock and fascinating arches

15 hours ago

Went Memorial Day weekend and there was still a good amount of snow. Didn’t make it all the way to the Peak, turned around at Dog Lake. I didn’t use spikes or snow shoes and it was slow going.

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