NICE HIKE, BUT I PREFER ANGELS LANDING
Very hot day, but nice view from top...Repeated again 02/08/2008--not hot!! Plowed through between 1 to 3 feet of snow with Barak and Bo.
After getting shut down in Echo. Nice hike. Enjoyed looking down on some of the stuff I've climbed in the Park.
Done it more times than I can remember.
Been there more times than I can remember. Love the hike through Echo Canyon and also did it via the East Mesa route.
My wife and I went up and enjoyed the stunning view
Climbed with my 6-month pregnant wife. She's such a trooper! Barely complained! Had a close encounter with a Bighorn sheep and her kid on the way up. Despite it being February, we didn't have to hike through any snow...
Did this hike after doing the narrows the day before. I was super tired but motivated, and the view was fantastic. I am glad I did it.
Scouting a return trip. Did this one with Papa Bear years ago.
A good hike with incredible views. Perfect day. Hidden Canyon is a worthwhile detour.
I thought this hike was more interesting than Angel's Landing, and not nearly as crowded.
Loved every step! The Hidden Canyon detour is well worth while.
Did this on the way to Mystery Canyon.
All by ourselves at the point looking out over the valley - it even rivaled Yosemite. Amazing.
drove the 6 hours from Los Angeles, rushing to a Utah appointment, resting the night with random campers at Zion, then revisited these huge red rocks of my youth, hiked so many years ago when I came here with my family. and this was the first trail I revisited. and oh what a lovely lovely revisiting, indeed
I wish I ran it. that's awesome, man :)
This place was pouring water out after a record breaking 9+ inches of rain.
We approached the switchbacks only to find that their had been a landslide across them. We poached the trail anyways, and found a large amount of sand across the trail. But with footsteps already in front of us we proceeded on. Ice covered the shadows in the canyon and on the rim. One of the best overall views of Zion.
Summited on a late May day with nearly 100 degree temps.
Another beautiful hike with abundance of breath taking views into some parts of Zion not visible from the main canyon. Also through couple of some beautiful “mini” slot canyons. Even through we were there in high season we meet only about 5 people during this hike. Unbelievable, I guess no one wanted to deal with the little harsh elevation gain in this hot summer month. We started hiking early in the morning (about 7:30am) and definitely felt the advantage of the shaded switch backs right after the weeping rock trail. The area around this trail at the top is almost like somewhere else, but Zion, but than there is the view and everything is right back.