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Fiery Furnace, Arches National Park

Categories: Geologic Formations, Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4.7/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
Fiery Furnace is located in Arches National Park. Add Fiery Furnace and other attractions to your Arches National Park trip itinerary using our Arches National Park vacation generator.
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  • I keep going back. In spite of all the people, it never feels really crowded. Just have to make sure you keep looking to get further back in there 
  • We had a great time on this adventurous hike. As long as you are fairly active person, you should have no problem on this hike. I have a fear of heights that I have worked years to over come. I did no...  read more »
  • We took a an afternoon ranger-led tour. You can get a permit to tour by yourself, but the information offered by the ranger adds a lot to the experience. The morning ranger-led tours are booked online...  read more »
  • I booked it probably a couple of months in advance. We got very lucky with the weather in that it was only about 95 and a bit cloudy. Our ranger, Lisa, was extremely knowledgeable and we learned a lot. The hike is about 2 miles and it took 3 hours. You stop often as the ranger talks about the geology. No one in my family had hiking boots and we were fine. If it is wet in there, I definitely recommend them though.
  • Awesome place to hike inside Arches NP. Plan ahead and be sure to get a permit before you hike. Canyoneering is allowed. Awesome views and great places to explore all through the fins that make up this location. Arrive early in the warmer months and bring plenty of water to keep you safe.
  • The video they make you watch every time to get a permit is the best!! "Yuck!"
  • Plan ahead & reserve the ranger tour -- it's a super cool area, and being on a small group in this little area gets you away from the huge crowds.
  • You must get a permit at the visitors center if you want to be granted access to the Fiery Furnace.
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