Angels Landing, Zion National Park

Angels Landing, Zion National Park - Address, Phone Number

Address: Angels Landing Trail, Hurricane, UT 84737, USA

Phone: +1-4357723256

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Time Required: 05:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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About Angels Landing, Zion National Park

This 454 meters’ tall rock formation has one of the most famous trails in the Zion National Park. Earlier known as Temple of Aeolus, the 2.4 miles long hike to reach the top will keep you captivated as you get to witness nature's rugged beauty. This trail on top of a rock fin, open at both sides, allows hikers to enjoy the view from both sides. One of the most prominent features on the park, a lot of climbers even scale the walls of this column of rock. Indeed, a place where angels must definitely have landed.

Angels Landing Ticket Prices

  • You need to purchase a recreational use pass upon entering Zion National Park.
  • Private Vehicle (15 passenger capacity or less): $30. Valid for 7 days.
  • Motorcycle: $25. Valid for 7 days.
  • Per Person: $15. Valid for 7 days.
  • Youth 15 and under are admitted free.

How To reach Angels Landing by Public Transport

  • By Car
  • On foot

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Angels Landing, Zion National Park Reviews

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  • Definitely recommend this hike if you are looking for an adventurous hike with the best views ever! It is a dangerous and strenuous hiking trail so I would look into it before you go to see if you want to hike it. I would recommend getting there as early as you can in the morning to catch the shuttle to the hike so that it is cool weather and a minimal amount of people in the morning. By the time afternoon comes there are already tons of people just waiting to go on the hikes and it can feel crowded at times but still one of the most amazing experiences ever that I would recommend!

  • Wonderful experience . Due to heavy traffic, we were not allowed to enter scenic drive by car. So we went for bike renting down the hill, we rent for one day cost us $25 (including helmet). We did Angle landing hiking 5mi (up and down). Those whole love biking it would be an awesome experience.

  • A strenuous hike consisting of steep cliffs and extreme heights and overlooks. I rate this hike a 5 star because of it's many turns and switch ups. Going from a mild walk to a cliff hanging endurance of mind and body. Some won't find this challenging much, but to most it will be a lifelong journey they will never forget.

  • Angels Landing is one of the most popular and exhilarating hikes in Zion National Park. If you have a fear of heights, you will not enjoy this trail. It's quite steep, so could be difficult for those out of shape. From shuttle stop #6, the Grotto, cross Virgin River on the footbridge and turn right for West Rim Trail. It starts out as a gradual climb following the river upstream. Then, it gets quite steep as it goes through a number of switchbacks into Refrigerator Canyon. The trail levels off as it it goes through this narrow canyon. At the end, you'll hike up Walters Wiggles, a dozen or so extremely steep and short switchbacks. At the top is Scouts Lookout, a good turnaround point if you can't make it up to the top. There's a nice view of Angels Landing from here and it gives you a good idea of what you're getting into. Angels Landing Trail splits from here and leads to the top in about a half-mile. The trail follows a narrow ridge with 1000+ foot drop offs on either side. The park service has installed chains along some of the really narrow sections to hold on to. Overall, the worst part is passing people, which inevitably happens at the tightest points. This is a really popular hike so try to arrive early to avoid traffic jams as much as possible. Once you make it to the top, it's all worth the effort. The views from up here are among the best in Zion. Definitely a must-do in Zion National Park.

  • One of the coolest hikes around! Awesome views and exciting trials. It's is claimed as dangerous but if you are smart this hike is a breeze.

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