The trail up was nice, but once we got to the ridge and then to the little saddle, it became icy in certain area. Because of this, it wasn't as crowded as people say it is. Going down with the snow/ice was a little scary, but doable. Sick views
Went up with a few feet of fresh snow on the route. A bit scary in places from slip n slide.
Awesome hike. I couldn't bring myself to use the railngs or posts; it felt like cheating. The route was crawling with people, but still worth it.
In all different seasons--March, December (with snow), September, October.
It's always a nice hike, and you can run up it pretty quickly.
In my first trip to Zion. Great views!
After blasting the Narrows, took the girl up AL at around 5ish, ended up racing back down to the car by the light of a small BD Orbit lantern. Downclimbing exposed 4th class in the dark for her wasn't exactly a good time. Caught the second to last bus out of Zion. She was kinda mad...
Loved the exposure, as long as I could hang on.
This was my 2nd time up Angels Landing. One of the "must do" hikes!
A great little Hike.
Fun hike everyone talks about in the park. Scary moment when a lady taking a photo stepped back and slipped, almost fell of the summit. Met a lot of people on the trail. Real fun!
Was a steep but straight forward hike. This was the beginning of my hiking days. Great view from the top on all sides.
Backpacked the west rim from Lava Point to The Grotto. Climbed Angels Landing on the way down.
It was a busy spring break weekend which made for some traffic jams on the last narrow stretch. Definitely an awesome hike.
Very memorable hike
Angel's Landing officially marked my love affair with Zion National Park. Climbed this peak years later with a bunch of friends who ABSOLUTELY fell in love with Zion too!
My girlfriend and I did this with the crowd. Less dangerous than expected and I am suprised I didn't get swine flu from the chains. Amazing views and lots of fun!
Such a beautiful hike.
This hike sure has a lot of rewarding views for such an easy access! Very much worth doing. We had a California Condor land on the peak not more than 5 feet from us. We even included him in a "group" summit picture.
Climbed up to the top and to take a photo to log a virtual geocache.
Beautiful hike! Impressive views in all directions. Hiked up and back in about three hours, but heading back down was slowed due to all the people hiking up. I will definitely do this one over and over! Wasn't as strenuous as I had expected. The contrasts in rock color of Angel's Landing and the Great White Throne, and the Organ were breathtaking. A must for any hiker!