Many people. Cheeky squirrels.
My parents and I hiked this trail early in the morning, only a handful of people when we were there. This could be climbed without the chains, but it is true that a fall would be dire. The views straight down to the park road below are amazing, as they are in every direction. if you like to hike, don't leave Zion N.P. without trying this one.
Nice day running the trail all by my lonesome. Great views as expected. Went early while my family was getting up.
Fun scramble, tons of people.
Doesn't take very long, must do if you're there.
Had wanted to hike this one for a long time so I picked a beautiful fall afternoon and enjoyed it with about 200 other people
Love this hike. LOVE. Go. Do. Be. Don't fall. Best done as part of a backpack down from Kolob to the valley but all routes are grand.
I started the hike at 6 am. Nobody. It was a beautiful day. My first hike ever in Zion National Park. Enjoyed those red rocks and orange leaves all around!
Nice morning hike well worth the time.
A gorgeous day. About eight young people on top. They congratulated this old man for making it. The last half mile is more of a climbing route than a hiking trail.
With my wife and a group of friends
Started the hike at 7:30am after catching the shuttle to the stop and made it to the top in 1 hour, 20 minutes. Had the summit all to myself for about 15 minutes, which was amazing. Passed at least 100 people going up while on the way down. Glad I left early in the morning. Amazing views!
Very surprised at ease of the trail and also the chain section. Incredible views of Zion Canyon. I enjoyed exploring around the summit to get away from the crowds, it was much larger than I had expected/read. Def. a must-do if in the area.
great time on the trail.
Hiked up with my sister and a bunch of Europeans on Thanksgiving Day. The weather was brisk but nice. Great time, but wish I could have the whole trail to myself. Guess I'm spoiled where I live!
Great hike. I wish the parks had more of these to offer. Almost a via ferreta here in the good ole U.S.of A. Many scared tourists on top!
1993. I really enjoyed this climb.
So surprised to see the type of people that would get into this kind of hike. Definitely super crowded but totally worth it. Continued on to do a chunk of the West Rim Trail. Zion is magical place, despite the crowds.
Crowded, but worth it. Never know when you're going to be in Zion again. Hiked to Observation Point two days later. Incredible to see the people hiking Angel's Landing from Observation Point a few thousand miles higher. Crazy perspective.
First half of the hike (to Scouts Landing) is kind of a snooze (mostly just paved switchbacks), but the ridge and views at the end make this hike worth it. Plenty of chains to keep hold of en route to the top, but you really don't need them. Fun day hike!