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Angels Landing : que faire

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

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Natural Feature
“Hard. This is my personal favorite of all the hikes in Zion that don't require a permit. If you haven't been to Zion before then I'd highly recommend it. I would say it is one of the more difficult hikes as there is quite a bit of incline. Also be aware that towards the end of the hike if you choose to go all the way to the end there are some parts that go near very tall cliffs. They have provided chains to hold onto during those parts of the trail. But for people with a fear of heights or groups with small children you may want to stop before you get to that part.”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Route
“World Class hike. Hold on to chains and trust yourself. It will challenge you, but you will never forget it. This is a park service trail and is maintained and populated. Youll be ok. Your instagram posts will be epic!”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Autres grands espaces
“Easy / Moderate. Short easy hike that is perfect for groups that are looking for lighter hike with beautiful scenic views. 0.4 Miles”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Natural Feature
“Moderate. This hike is tons of fun, with trails that cling to the side of a cliff and a scenic canyon to explore. Sections of this hike are similar to Angels Landing, with vertigo-inducing trails that come with chains to help you keep your balance. This trail does not climb as high or have the views like Angels Landing, but Hidden Canyon also gets fewer visitors, which makes for pleasant, less crowded experience. 3 Miles”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Trail
“The views will take your breath away! Hike here right from the front porch!”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Route
“STRENUOUS HIKE Hidden Canyon Trail via the East Rim Trail Shuttle Stop to Start from: #7 Weeping Rock Pets: No Trailhead Location: Access the East Rim Trail from across the footbridge adjacent to the parking lot. The Hidden Canyon Trail turns right from the East Rim Trail at the sign. Distance (roundtrip): 2.5 mi / 4.0 km Elevation Change: 850 ft / 259 m Estimated Hiking Time: 2.5 hours Description: Long drop-offs. Not for anyone fearful of heights. Follows along a cliff face to the mouth of a narrow canyon. Pit toilets are available at the parking area.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Autres grands espaces
“EASY HIKE Weeping Rock Trail Shuttle Stop to Start from: #7 Weeping Rock Pets: No Trailhead Location: Across the bridge adjacent to the parking lot. Follow the signs to the left. Distance (roundtrip): .4 mi / .6 km Elevation Change: 98 ft / 30 m Estimated Hiking Time: 30 minutes Description: Short but steep. Minor drop-offs. Paved trail ends at a few steps and a rock alcove with dripping springs. Trailside exhibits. Pit toilets are available at the parking area.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Parc
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