Angels Landing is an iconic feature of Zion National Park, responsible – in part – for the 4.3 million people who visited the park last year. Hiking Angels Landing is a must for any park visitor looking for their next adrenaline rush. With sheer drop-offs up to 1,000 feet on a narrow trail, climbing to the peak of Angels Landing isn’t a hike you’ll soon forget.
Even with its popularity, though, there are plenty of interesting things about Angels Landing itself. Many of these facts aren’t common knowledge, and learning them will only make you more eager to climb Angels Landing. We’ve pulled together some interesting facts in this Angels Landing infographic below.