Our 3rd time hiking this trail and never a disappointment; challenging but not particularly difficult; plenty of water for the pups; and the scenery is spectacular.
3rd time i have done trail first time with family it was great other hikers very friendly and lots of dogs streams and slight elevations just enough to make it fun morining glory arch cool would recommend to all hard to get lost but we tried cant wait till next year
This trail provides and wonderful selection of all components that make this area: solitude, gorgeous red rocks, creek crossings, a natural bridge. I was looking for a trail to hike with my dog and this trail is absolutely perfect. I will be back for sure!
This is a very pretty and quick hike - 2 hrs - maybe more - depending on how many stops you take for pics or to rest. Children could safely go there. Beautiful formations and a small stream to cross - no big deal. Definitely worth the time to visit.
It should be Morning Glory Bridge trail, but the original name, from the first black settler in the region, remains. The trail follows a creek (be prepared for crossings) and comes to a natural bridge, which is beautiful. We got there very early in the morning - by the time we left, the parking lot was overflowing.
If you want a hike w/ fewer height challenges than soem in ANP (like Devil's Garden & Delicate Arch) this trial is a wonderful choice. Still a few boulders to scramble over and a few lower ledges to cross but was completely do-able. Full of color and streams- different than what you'd see in ANP.
This hike goes into a lovely, lush canyon. Its flatter than many of the famous hikes, but no less rewarding. We saw people rappeling down the wall at the end of the trail! Watch out for the poison ivy next to and at the end of the trail!
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