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The Last Rapel is the BOMB

We are very active seniors and came very prepared to do this canyon. The last 150 foot free hang... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2016
lyhenson
,
Porter, Indiana
Unbelievable!

SO amazing! Make sure you have experience rappelling. The canyon can get bottle necked very easily... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2015
Lisajo4
,
Taylorsville, Utah
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A scenic, twisty, deep little slot canyon with only a few spots where sunlight penetrates to the bottom.
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5 Aug 2016
“The Last Rapel is the BOMB”
28 Oct 2015
“Unbelievable!”
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Zion National Park, UT

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Reviewed 5 August 2016

We are very active seniors and came very prepared to do this canyon. The last 150 foot free hang rapel is drop dead gorgeous.

1  Thank lyhenson
Reviewed 28 October 2015

SO amazing! Make sure you have experience rappelling. The canyon can get bottle necked very easily and being timid or unsure can just make it worse. Listen to the Rangers in the park as well and take their warnings to heart. The water gets REALLY...More

1  Thank Lisajo4
Reviewed 29 October 2014

We hiked/rappelled this canyon in May and we just had to swim a little bit after rappel 3 and the water was cold. So I recommend wearing a wet suit even in summer. The Rappel 1,2 are pretty easy, rappel 3 and 5 are super...More

3  Thank Sara S
Reviewed 2 June 2013

Have hiked through this slot canyon twice. Beautiful! Here are my random suggestions: 1. Park just past the Zion Natl Park tunnel (right side parking lot). 2. If going anytime prior to June, be ready for freezing cold water! Wetsuits are a plus! 3. Go...More

4  Thank Luv-2-Travel-RDR
Reviewed 11 October 2012

Rapelling is required to traverse this slot. You do not need to be real experienced but should do with someone who is. The Cathedral portion of this slot and the last rapell really make this a special canyoneering adventure.

3  Thank SandFlogger
Reviewed 22 December 2011

Pine Creek is a creek that runs through parts of Zion National Park. There is a couple of swimming holes along it, a great hiking path that few use and one section is a technical canyoneering route.

2  Thank Tanya M
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