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Fiery Furnace, Arches National Park
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  • You can do the tour only with a guide. The ticket you can either buy a day at the entrance of the park or even up to 6 months in advance on the Internet book, if you'd like to play it safe. Our guide was super and is entered on all the good (adults of all old ERG group, children) and has exciting designed ca. 3 STD. For the tour yourself, you have to be not fully trained, it helps but even if you are used to go also on uneven paths and in-between times to come with a large step / jump over a rock column across or Herum to scrambling among the rocks. That makes the tour but extremely exciting and the view into the landscape above all towards the end of the tour is breathtaking.
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  • If you're looking for an adventure and prepared to do some limited climbing, this is the place for you. There are no trails, and it is like a maze, but it's worth the time. The park service makes to w...  more »
  • Fiery Furnace is 15 miles from the park entrance. The attraction is an area of red rock formations that glow red in the setting sun. For most people, it will be a quick stop at a parking area that has...  more »
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  • 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.
  • One of the most beautiful place I have been.
  • 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.