Many waterfalls and great views. I wore tennis shoes but you will get wet on this hike, bring water shoes.
entered at Chamberlain Ranch trailhead, overnighted at mouth of Kolob Creek campsite, then remainder of hike to Temple of Sinewava on 24th of September. With WMC group - thanks, Rick! A beautiful timeless hike
Started at the top and ended up at the Temple of Sinawava. Didn't see hardly anyone until Big Spring. Lucked out getting a permit. Epic hike.
Last visited in 2013, I've done a few hikes in this park. Went up the first bit of the Zion narrows, have also climbed Angel's Landing. The climb is likely to be one of the most accessible and spectacular mountains a non-climber is ever likely to make it up. A fine park that deserves more exploring.
Second time through as part of a Colorado to Hollywood road trip. We also did Diana's Throne and hit up Crawdad Canyon.
many a SAR up here...
one of the most impressive hikes around, and just a taste of what zion has to offer
we did while visiting Zion. Would love to return one day, so many beautiful areas in the park
Overnight backpack through hike with the stop at camp #2
Full fall foliage in the canyon and in the 30's overnight. Dunked my camera right as I got to Wall Street. :(
Pics from the 1st 12 miles or so are here.
Did it T.A. in 10/2011 & w/ my son in 10/2012. both times as an overnite.
We did this as a backpack from the top down and spent a night in the canyon. We came through a day after a flash flood had swept through and the water was completely brown the entire way down, so you couldn't see where you were stepping. It seemed as if every time I quit using my hiking stick to see where I was stepping is when I'd find a pothole and fall in submerging myself. The highlight was sleeping under the stars in the narrows. One of the most memorable experiences I've had in the outdoors. The rest was pretty fantastic as well.
I went back to Zion with my wife and 10 month son to do the Narrows top down. It was excellent. The water level was @ 30cfs which made for an easier time. I did bring a walking stick to help me balance with a baby on my back.
We did it in about 10 hours conditions were perfect. I never saw such unique and beautiful before in my life.
This hike was part of my first trip to USA. I tried to explore as much as possible, and took an extensive trip over the American Southwest.
I did return back in 2001, and hike only a small section with my son.
Hiked from the bottom up to campsite 11 and back. The water was pretty murky from the storm the day before, but still a pleasant day. Lots of swims. Floating downstream on our backs in the evening was pretty cool.
One of the best places in Zion Park - awesome photo opportunities. Did it with kids (about 12 and 15?) - who were very excited to hike through the water! Would go again any time!
Journeyed a couple times up it in 2009. Made is just barely short of big springs and have explored up orderville a bit. The Narrows is gorgeous and an amazing experience you don't want to miss out on. My favorite souvenir was virgin water out of one of the rock springs. Looking forward to going back in August.