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Famed red rock formation, can be viewed when driving along the Scenic Byway.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We hiked Fisher Towers past Titan Tower and it was spectacular! The hike was moderate (at worst) in difficulty and the views during the entire hike were gorgeous and awe inspiring! My wife and I hike quite regularly and with lots of stops for pictures,...More

Thank Jeeperincolorado
Reviewed July 13, 2018 via mobile

I cannot explain how stunning this place in On the 128 off the I70 towards Moab, decided to take a detour best decision, take exit 214 ignore gps after a few miles turn left, we would rate it on a par with monument valley, stunning,...More

Thank nick b
Reviewed June 25, 2018

You can hike here for no fee and with your dog. it's beautiful. take lots of water, as it's in the sun after a while, but go early before it's too warm.

Thank LizzyB01
Reviewed May 28, 2018

Great hike and spectacular rock formations, accessible from the scenic byway 128 in the direction of Moab. Even though we ended up discovering better hikes later in our visit around Canyonlands and Arches, this was our second stop after the Colorado National Monument. The combination...More

3  Thank Cherry_Wonderdog
Reviewed May 10, 2018

While we knew parking was restricted, we were still able to get a spot around noon. There is also a campground adjacent and I suppose you could also park there, or on the road. We worth the hike to the bottom of the towers. No...More

Thank Charles G
Reviewed April 14, 2018

I have done a lot of hiking in Utah, and I now add this to my list of favorites.The formations are worth seeing even if you don't do the hike. The views at the end were fantastic - iconic Utah, and different in every direction....More

1  Thank 824Carol
Reviewed April 7, 2018

I've hiked here multiple times, most recently on a family trip last month. The trailhead is up a 2-mile dirt road (fine for passenger cars) off UT 128, about 21 miles up the Colorado River from Moab. The hike involves some scrambling and following cairns...More

Thank JerryR10
Reviewed March 29, 2018

After hiking to Corona Arch and getting a smoothie in Moab we were beginning the two-day drive home but had read about Fisher Towers and, since it was on the scenic drive home, decided to stop here. We didn't know if we had time for...More

2  Thank Grandmaof2
Reviewed January 21, 2018 via mobile

Super recommended hiking! Good adventures with stunningly views! At certain point relatively easy to go with kids and dogs (Lots of happy dogs there)! We didn’t make all way to the top because the much higher you go more challenging and steep get. But if...More

Thank Cacau_1970
Reviewed December 11, 2017

This is a great hike. It has everything to keep your interest. You will be going up and down and in and out of the canyons, with the occasional rock scramble to keep it interesting. We hiked to trail's end where there is a spectacular...More

Thank Michael G
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