Hard / Very Hard. For many hikers, the Narrows is a hike that makes the bucket list. This is the quintessential slot canyon hike. It’s challenging, it’s breathtaking in its beauty, and it makes for a very memorable experience. You can hike the Zion Narrows as a quick day hike, hiking from the…
The Narrows hike is my favorite in Zion. It has you wading in water almost the entire time, and some spots can be waist deep or higher. It's best to rent shoes, neoprene socks and a stick to hike past the paved Riverside Walk portion. Zion Guru, Zion Adventure Company, or any of the other…
STRENUOUS HIKE The Narrows via Riverside Walk Shuttle Stop to Start from: #9 Temple of Sinawava Pets: No Trailhead Location: Adjacent to shuttle stop and restrooms. Distance (roundtrip): 9.4 mi / 15.1 km Elevation Change: 334 ft / 102 m Estimated Hiking Time: 8 hours Description: This route is…
In Zion...a must see. Simply breathtaking. PLEASE READ REVIEWS ON TRIP ADVISOR OR YELP BEFORE GOING.
“Aggressive hike, last half mile sketchy climb with incredible views. The hike is pretty all the way. ”
“Great price for a China Buffet or take out. We love this place for great food on a budget.”
“Access the trail into Confluence Park right from our back yard! A great place to wander and explore, even with the kids. ”
“Hard. For jaw-dropping views over Zion National Park, it’s hard to beat Observation Point. The entire hike is a beauty, but it is challenging. At 8 miles long and with 2300 feet of climbing, it is a steady climb to that final viewpoint. This is a classic Zion trail and well worth your time and effort, especially if you want views out over Angels Landing and the rest of Zion National Park. 8 Miles”