The Narrows

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  • Address: Zion National Park, The Narrows Bottom Up, Hurricane, UT 84737, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-4357723256
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Outdoors, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Adventure, Canyon

As the name suggests, the Narrows is the narrowest, yet popular, section of Zion Canyon. Ranked number 5 in National Geographic's list of America's Best 100 Adventures, this scenic hike is a must when you visit Zion National Park. The walls of the canyon are around thousand feet high and the hike across the gorge goes through the Virgin River, which is about twenty to thirty feet wide. While there is a paved road along the Riverside Walk, you can only see the Narrows from there. The real fun lies in actually hiking through it. There are two ways to hike through the Narrows- bottom up from the Temple of Sinawava, which does not require any permit and is recommended, and top down from Chamberlain's Rance, which requires a permit.

The Narrows Travel Tips

  • You must get your feet wet since there is no trail. Wear appropriate footwear.

Entrance Ticket Details For The Narrows

  • 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 The Narrows

  • By Car
  • On foot

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  • The Narrows Address: Zion National Park, The Narrows Bottom Up, Hurricane, UT 84737, United States
  • The Narrows Contact Number: +1-4357723256
  • The Narrows Timing: 24-hrs
  • Best time to visit The Narrows(preferred time): 07:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit The Narrows: 04:00 Hrs
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  • 45.18% of people who visit Zion National Park include The Narrows in their plan

  • 78.57% of people start their The Narrows visit around 07 AM - 08 AM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see The Narrows

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

94.87% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Narrows

People normally club together Floor Of The Valley Road and Temple Of Sinawava while planning their visit to The Narrows.

People also prefer to start their day with The Narrows.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

The Narrows Reviews & Ratings

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  • The narrows looked so inviting and appealing! I wish I had been able to go all the way, but had not gotten the special water boots and socks that are highly recommended. The water was very cool and refreshing..

  • Amazing experience to walk in water. Bring good water shoes(rocky) and a stick to walk for better balance while walking. Can do without these as well.

  • Amazing water hike but rocks are very slippery. Highly recommend using shoes that have great ankle support and a hiking pole/stick. The water is quite refreshing, especially on the hottest day in the canyon.

  • An amazing experience! Walking completely through the river with huge canyons surrounding you! Stop and take a swim at the deeper sections of the river! Pack water and snacks cause you can walk through the narrows for hours!

  • Multiple Times at Zions and first time at the Narrows. Late October hike was wonderful albeit chilly. Definitely worth renting water shoes and dry pants at a local business for the journey. Hiking in water is hugely fun, but you don't cover much ground. It is easy to spend an entire day (5 to 7 hours) on the hike if you keep wanting to see what is around the next bend!

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  • do people do air BNB there?

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    • I don't think so. You may confirm by calling the Zion National Park staff on (435) 772-3256. 

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