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16 hours ago

It was hard to know where the trail was most of the time. We did find the vortex, but it wasn’t probably the most direct route. It was very impressive to see and we all enjoyed it- including all 4 of my kids (ages 6-16) and my mother.

Easy hike, candy cliffs are pretty amazing. Trail is not real easy to follow but life has been said previously all roads lead to the cliffs.

21 hours ago

Beautiful trail with easy access from town.

ohv/off road driving
23 hours ago

I have done this trail many times, doing the entire Silver Island Mountain Loop. Last time was 01/03/20. There was barely a trace of snow on the north side of the mountains and none on the south side. South side usually gets less snowfall than the north. Trail was easy, so I let my 14 year old daughter get a taste of driving. With the exception of a greasy area on the south side, no more than a mile or so, she did all the driving.

Hiked on 1/10/20 and as expected on Jan 10th this trail was empty! Used cheap neoprene boots (from Amazon) and put flimsy sandals (Tevas) on over them and my feet were warm. Actually, since the air temp was around 25 degrees the water crossings felt better than the dry areas. We got our tickets in advance, but no one was at the booth to check them. There was a sign saying that the top two stairs on the ladder were loose and they recommended not using it, but we use without any problems.

Great short hike! My GPS had it at 1.7 miles. Only passed one other person on the trail, although there were several cars in the lot and mountain bikers in the area. My dog loved it and it was great rocky terrain to try out his new hiking boots. We ran some of it, and he found some animal burrows. Would love to do a longer hike out there next time. It was a bit hard to find my first time, because the signs are down and the map here is incorrect. From St George, take Sunset Blvd to Santa Clara. Turn left on Gates Rd and continue onto the dirt road. It curves left and then there is a sharp right turn option. Take that fork and you'll end up at the Cove Wash Trailhead, which is correct.

no shade
1 day ago

Good trail, entrance was dig away from the Tuacahn school, but found after a few minutes. A bit of bouldering near the top, but a fun trail.

So just did this a few days ago and it was very scenic and just a perfect hike. Parked at the grotto and started about 9 am. Was chilly to start but the ridiculous inclines to reach angels landing has u warming up quickly. I am amazed the park service made the final .5 miles to angels landing an actual public trail as it is very unique and creative and has the juices flowing but I can see where people just should not be doing this portion. After having done this part the hike to the west rim was my favorite as u are bathed in scenery and solitude if doing this in the off-season. I had some icetrekker chains which are a great investment at 20 bucks from amazon and made the hike no problem. The views from the top of the west rim are spectacular and just sat there having lunch for about 30 minutes in the sunshine and did not want to leave. Saw one person the entire time. So took about 6 hours in total but frequent photo stops along the way and some changing of gear as the shade is cool with snow packed trails and the sunny sides are warm with dirt or concreted trail ways. All in all a nice day on the trails with lots of variety.

Nice, easy trail. Has some great views of Canyonlands.

2 days ago

Great short trail. Has video surveillance and part of the trail is closed at night.

off trail
over grown
2 days ago

Great hike, Zion beautiful. There are a couple of slot areas that if you don't mind getting wet are interesting, no tech gear required. I went a half mile past the end point, it stays narrow and gradually climbs up onto the mesa. There are several spots that require climbing.

2 days ago

2 days ago

This trail is insane (in a good way). The trail on AllTrails doesn’t actually go out to Angels Landing, but I did, and it was crazy. Super steep cliffs on both sides as you’re walking out to it. Once I got back and heading up to West Rim, I needed my ice cleats once the switchbacks started. Following West Rim I got to campsite #4 before there were no more trails to follow and I fell thru waist deep in snow. So I turned back. My recording of 16 miles is probably somewhat accurate but my elevation gain is not. It was quite a bit though, probably 5,000 feet or more. I did a lot of off trail exploring.

The description of this trail is inaccurate. As of today (1/15/20) the upper pools are open ONLY via the Kayenta Trail and the lower ones are closed due to a landslide. Upper pools are still worth visiting though!

Cool hike. Went as far as Wall Street. Definitely rent foot wear from a local outfitter. Very unique hike and a must if you go to Zion.

2 days ago

Way under rated trail. I was pleasantly surprised of the hike, terrain, and view. Hiked today 1/15/20, and the trail was dry without any mud! It took about 45 min to go up and then we sat at the top for about 30 minutes, about 30 minutes down. Could do it faster. Great views of the canyon. Only saw 2 other people on the trail at about 11am.

The north side was snowier but still better than the slushy ice on the south side of the loop!

3 days ago

the ducks and geese very active, splashing about the pond.

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