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Although its neighbor, Arches National Park has more arches, Zion has this largest one with a 310-foot span.
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29 Mar 2017
“Hiking along the creek to Kolob's arch”
2 Aug 2016
“Amazing”
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Zion National Park, UT
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Reviewed 29 March 2017

Its about 14 miles round trip, but because you are hiking in such beautiful place, along the running water, with beautiful scenery to me it seemed like 7 miles. The arch itself its very nice , but its hard to admire it , because its...More

Thank Oscar A
Reviewed 2 August 2016

There isn't a place in this national park of Awesomness that should be missed. Utah is one gorgeous state.

Thank jmgoza
Reviewed 25 July 2016

The hike to see the Kolob Arch via the Leverkin Creek trail in the heat is not a hike to be taken lightly. First off it is 7.5 miles one way so 15 miles in duration. The hike down is a fairly easy hike even...More

1  Thank Rod S
Reviewed 2 December 2015 via mobile

This is an amazing place! Must see if in the area with manageable hiking trails. Fantastic views of the canyon walls is what wowed me.

Thank Ivan S
Reviewed 22 December 2011

This is an enjoyable long hike or casual 2 day backpack to one of the worlds longest natural arches. The worlds longest, in Arches National Park, will fall one day, but Kolob Arch will stand far longer.

2  Thank Tanya M
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