We decided to do this hike at the recommendation of our hotel staff. It was an easy walk on a mostly paved path with beautiful views along the river. Took about an hour and it's about 2 miles round trip. You walk to the end...More
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This is an easy hike located at the last shuttle stop in the main canyon. It ends where the Narrows “trail” begins. There is simply too many amazing scenes/views along the way, including hanging gardens and a swamp. Can you believe it, a swamp in...More
This is probably the easiest trail in Zion, good for all ages, and is mostly flat. It is paved and wheelchair and stroller accessible. You will need to walk this trail to get to the narrows. Otherwise you can walk back, making it a 2...More
When you visit Zion National Park, this is a must-do trail. The problem is that is true for every single person who comes to Zion, so at times it feels like you're visiting Times Square. What makes this trail a must-do is that it takes...More
This very popular walk begins at the Temple of Sinawava shuttle stop (the last stop). It is about a mile each way, paved throughout and is relatively flat. It follows the river and provides beautiful views along the way, ending where The Narrows begin. Unfortunately...More
We did this walk today, taking the paved trail to the Narrows and walking along the river on the way back. Both trails were easily accessed and nice to walk. There is little change in elevation so, no steep hills. The scenery is breathtaking.
We got into the park early and took the shuttle to the end where we began the easy paved hike. There are several places where you can't help but to stop and take photos. I didn't envy the hikers that were hiking the Narrows. I...More