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All reviews easy walk virgin river paved trail great walk hanging gardens all ages saw deer gentle walk last stop getting wet your feet nice trail whole family canyon walls shuttle stop first thing in the morning early in the morning
One of the easy walks in Zion NP. As a result it is favoured by people of all ages and abilities and gets very busy.
The trailhead starts at the Temple of Sinawava, which is the 9th (end) stop on the Zion shuttle.
If you do one hike in Zion, make it this one, something for everyone. It is paved, takes about 1.5 hours even with lots of photo op stops. An easy walk with little elevation change. Follows a river through the canyon for quite a while...More
The stroll along the river is easy and wheelchair accessible until the sidewalk ends and the river walk begins. We did not start walking in the water as it was getting too late in the day, but lots of people came prepared with special water...More
A nice easy walk along the Virgin River, that created the canyon. It is as far as you can go up the canyon without getting wet. You can rent water boots from several local outfitter and take the hike into the narrows. The views and...More
The Riverside Walk leads you to the beginning of the Narrow but even if you have no intentions of getting wet this is a great easy hike for all. In and out it’s a little less than 2 miles, all of it follows the virgin...More
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I was in Zion in late October. River Walk is flat much on sand...don’t believe you would have any problems but really don’t know. Will say the Narrows which can be entered from Riverwalk was freezing even at that time of... More
I was in Zion in late October. River Walk is flat much on sand...don’t believe you would have any problems but really don’t know. Will say the Narrows which can be entered from Riverwalk was freezing even at that time of year ...could not even imagine doing it any other months that July and August.