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The main entrance off Rt 15 (exit 40) was closed. We came in through Kolob Terrace. A long way to see the arch, but several nice hikes. Unfortunately the reservoir was drained, so we took the cutoff trail. A nice way to see the west...More
Kinda hard to give a rating here because this section of the park was closed. Most unfortunate as we planned to visit that part of the park, only to find that we couldn't.
Guess we will have to make a return trip.
We visited the main canyon at Zion NP and were put off by the crowds. A few days later we visited Kolob Canyons (a few days before they closed for extensive road work - won't reopen until late 2018) and what an amazing place it...More
We left St. George with the intention of driving thru Kolob Canyon/northwest entrance to Zion to avoid he typical Zion crowds based on the reviews and our travel agenda heading north. When we got to the exit, the entrance was closed and we talked with...More
Decided to hike this as it was closing soon for road maintenance. It was more beautiful than expected. I loved the peaceful feeling that noncrowded hikes bring. Zions is always so crowded, so this was a wonderful option to avoid so many people. The people...More
Although this is an amazing destination or side trip it will be closed until September, they are redoing some roads and adding turnouts as I understand it. If you go the best time is in the afternoons as the sun is best later in the...More
Kolab Canyon is Part of Zion National Park. But, it has its own entrance and visitors center. It is not a big place unless you want to see World Biggest Arch. If you plan to go for it,the hike is about 15-miles two way, then...More
15 mile hike- not for the faint of heart. Bring lots of water it’s 6-8 hrs. Canyon is stunning- lots of elevation changes on the trail. Amazing views and the mini scramble to the arch is worth it- not like arches national park but still...More