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    5 days, 9 hours ago
    This is where you park to hike about 100 yards to a flat rocky plateau to photograph the Zion crooked tree.
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    5 days, 13 hours ago
    This is an easy hike from the main road about 150 yards from the parking turnout. The best way to navigate the twisting rock formations after you start the trailhead is to zig zag at the “entrance” (or beginning of the rocky terrain), the rocky plateau isn’t steep it just has a myriad of old lava flows. Depth perception at night is difficult and it’s very easy to stumble stepping sideways against a lateral “step” to climb to the next set of rocky stairs. Keep high beam flashlight on ground aimed a few feet ahead of your feet for safety. Walk slowly.
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    2 weeks, 2 days ago
    This is an extraordinarily gorgeous hike with many rappels of 8-40ft. You will get wet in the slot portion. Very strenuous climbing/hiking back out. We did over ten miles total. It took us 12.5 hours. The trail is not marked well at all. GPS maps are a near must. Unless you are an expert with map and compass. This is a nine on the hardness scale. Enjoy!!
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    3 weeks ago
    This is an easy hike from the main road about 150 yards from the parking turnout. The best way to navigate the twisting rock formations after you start the trailhead is to zig zag at the “entrance” (or beginning of the rocky terrain), the rocky plateau isn’t steep it just has a myriad of old lava flows. Depth perception at night is difficult and it’s very easy to stumble stepping sideways against a lateral “step” to climb to the next set of rocky stairs. Keep high beam flashlight on ground aimed a few feet ahead of your feet for safety. Walk slowly.
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    3 weeks, 3 days ago
    This was a hike that was brutal from start to finish. Started at the rim of the canyon at 9:00 am and came out about 5:00 pm. You can judge that comment as it came from a 62 year old male who discovered he ain’t as young as he used to be. You basically get to the river and make your own way in and back, scrambling over boulders and crossing the river more times than you could remember. Would I do it again? ABSOLUTELY YES! I couldn’t walk well for two days but now I know I need to work on the legs before anything like this hike again. Do not get caught down there if rain is in the forecast or you could be looking for a high perch to wait out the rush of water. Feeling adventurous, go for it!
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    3 weeks, 3 days ago
    Strenuous but well worth it. BRING PROPER HIKING SHOES.
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    1 month ago
    Out and back to hidden arch. Crosses stream many times. Your feet will get wet. The views of the towers on both sides are fantastic. Ends in a river area.
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    1 month, 3 weeks ago
    great forest-y hike, very different from the main area in Zion. Good if you want to lose the crowds.
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    7 months, 3 weeks ago
    Why is this hike rated difficult? It’s super easy!
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    7 months, 3 weeks ago
    This trail is currently closed, due to damage from storms in July. Reopen date has not yet been specified.
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    9 months, 3 weeks ago
    I did this hike in the winter with my boyfriend, and boy was I tired. I want to give it 4 stars only because I hiked up to Angel's Landing just after and was blown away, but I'll stick with 5 stars since it was beautiful on its own (just not as harrowing/rewarding as Angel's Landing, which is hard to beat!).
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    9 months, 3 weeks ago
    Probably one of the coolest day-hikes I've done, and likely the most dangerous, too. My boyfriend and I did this in the dead of winter starting at 3pm after having hiked up to Observation Point. On the way up, those coming down kept saying, "You're not gonna make it!" Luckily, we're both experienced hikers and climbers (though admittedly, perhaps not so experienced as to know we probably shouldn't have done this hike in the winter, with snow on the ground, when it was going to get dark!). That said, we had an amazing time and would definitely do it again. Because of the time of day (and the snow), we were the only ones up there and thus had it completely to ourselves. That said, our simple Yak Traxs saved our asses and I'm not sure we would have continued had we not had them.
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