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Zion's most popular hiking trail is also its most dangerous due to occasional flash floods.
Zion National Park, Zion National Park, UT
+1 435-772-3256
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Reviewed yesterday

Bring a walking stick! They are available to rent just outside the park. Get there early (7am) before the heat & lines. Give yourself 3-6 hours to walk the narrows. Bring water. Regular hiking shoes worked fine, but rentals are available for comfort. Ladies -...More

Thank chelseyrobb
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

My Family and I just hiked The Narrows last week for the first time...and we loved it!!! It was a dream of mine forever to see and hike The Narrows, and my dream came true last week!!! What fun!!! We loved hiking in the river...More

Thank cissycw2
Reviewed yesterday

This hike was #1 on our Zion to-do list. It's not easy, but definitely worth it. We were a group of four. Three of us rented neoprene socks and boots and one person wore water shoes. However, we all had walking sticks. Even if you...More

Thank Jaysgirl1997
Reviewed 2 days ago

I felt like everyone in he park was there for the narrows. We gave up before we got to the good spots. There were too many kids throwing rocks and splashing. When we go hiking, we go for the quiet and challenge. This was more...More

1  Thank Jessica C
Reviewed 2 days ago

We used Zion Guru to get all our equipment before hand. It was a very smart purchase. We got the socks, shoes and walking sticks and were grateful to have them because it would have made the trip unpleasant without these. We also went early...More

Thank DraxNJ
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Literally the most beautiful place, but it's crazy that travelers are still not prepared. Please bring water, a walking stick, sunscreen, and proper footwear. I saw a lot of folks slip and look burned out. Also you cannot put your handprint on the wall but...More

Thank Gugirl02
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We had the most amazing adventure hiking the narrows trail at Zion National Park. We have 6 kids under he age of 11. A couple people said oh it will be too hard for them, but they had so much fun. It was August so...More

2  Thank CrozierSix
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We arrived early at the Narrows (8:30am) to beat the heat and the people. It was reasonably not too crowded. We hiked in the river for about 7 miles round trip to the “Wall street” section of the Narrows and into Orderville Canyon past the...More

Thank klamborowskij
Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved this area. I would strongly recommend this site. Easy to walk, if you are in decent condition.

Thank Ryan S
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you go here in the summer (early August for us) - take the early shuttle (6am or 6:30am). You do not want to see the shuttle lines at 8am... on Saturday, the line backs up to the pedestrian entrance! This summer, the water was...More

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kristen w
9 August 2018|
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Response from photoguywisconsin | Reviewed this property |
You don't. I believe the national park doesn't allow any pets in the narrows. The problem is the "pooping". They don't want people pooping in there either. It's a water quality issue. Sorry there's no way they will let your... More