The Amazing and colorful Zion Narrows are a great and challenging hiking destination. Step into the Narrow Zion and you will find yourself making your way through rushing water and high walls. At some places there is light that filters through the holes and cracks, forming colorful images.
Zion Narrows is a part of Zion National Park, which is a well known national park in Utah, United States of America. Zion Narrows is located on the north fork of the passing Virgin River. Today’s amazing tourist destination is known to be popular even in 1960s. At that time most of the people visited Narrow Zions on horseback and enjoyed the mystical natural wonder.
Zion Narrows is the best hiking spot of Utah, as reviewed by most of tourists and travelers owing to the beauty of the place. Look for yourself in the photos. You will see perpendicular multicolored canyon walls, grey stones, running Virgin River and reflecting light. This wondrous trip is enjoyable and once in a lifetime kind of experience.
Zion Narrows certainly attract many of keen hikers. The hike from top-to-bottom can be done in one long day or do a shorter out-and-back from the bottom of the canyon, the best approach is to take two days, camping overnight at 1 of 12 described campsites deep in the canyon. Amazing views can be seen along side where as the most beautiful one is with the glow of moon light at night.
There are a few precautionary measures that should be followed during the hike. Always use a stick while you hike to avoid any accident. The stones in the water can be quite slippery. The hiking activity must be done vigilantly as it is more challenging then a normal hike. Temperature of the water is mostly moderate. Use appropriate footwear to stabilize yourself in the murky fast water. The water level alters at different points. It can be as low as barely touching your feet to knee high or almost neck high. Overall it is an interesting hiking trip to Narrow Zion. You can also book yourself a local guide.