Hiking in Zion National Park is the best way to experience the terrain and stunning views Utah’s first national park has to offer. The top hikes in zion national park are: Observation Point, Cable Mountain, The Narrows, Angels Landing and Emerald Pools.
Observation Point is an 8-mile hike that takes 3-4 hours on average to hike. Most say this hike provides the finest panoramic views of Zion’s fairytale scenery.
A 7.6-mile hike that’s doable for all skill levels, Cable Mountain is typically a one-day hike. For the best trail and weather conditions, hike between March and October.
Like its name suggests, The Narrows is the narrowest section of Zion Canyon. It’s also the most popular trail that allows you to hike, as well as swim or float in the river for a refreshing break from this hike.
Angels Landing is a strenuous, 5-mile hike that takes 4-5 hours to complete. If you’re a skilled hiker who’s up to the challenge, add Angels Landing to your bucket list.
Emerald Pools has 3 hikes, and each one leads to beautiful waterfalls and pools. If you do all 3, plan on hiking 3 miles round trip.
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