Angel's Landing, Zion National Park
Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
If you're willing to challenge yourself to walk up narrow paths and climb steep ridges at Zion National Park, you can reach Angel's Landing and be rewarded with a majestic view. The trail is considered extremely demanding--especially the final stage. The early part of the hike features plenty of pleasant photo opportunities. As the trail begins to get steeper, any crowds will thin out because most people turn back. Reaching the summit can be dangerous--especially so when wet or icy. It requires scaling some serious heights and using chains anchored in the rocks, so it's not for everyone. This final part of the climb is not intended for children. By using our Zion National Park holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Angel's Landing and other attractions in Zion National Park.
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First time in Zion with 2 friends who have been here quite a lot. We hiked Angel's landing first day. Stunning view, great hike...WAY TOO MANY PEOPLE. This is easily remedied by starting the hike at 7... read more »
We chose this one hike for our half day visit to Zion, based on the trail description. First disappointment is that over 75% of this trail is a paved sidewalk up the mountainside...strollers can easil... read more »
Amazing view down the valley from the top. Most reviews suggest starting early, I started late, just before 3. It was really crowded going up as you cannot believe that many people are doing this hike... read more »
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