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“Nice color”
Review of Fiery Furnace

Fiery Furnace
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Experience Utah's National Parks: Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon, and...
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Owner description: Excellent hike, especially with a guide, and a wonderful opportunity for sunset photos.
Reviewed 9 July 2014

very nice color at these rocks.. we had to leave before sunset... but it was awesome... next time we will try to catch the sunset colors...

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Reviewed 26 June 2014

The fiery furnace is the most unusual hike I have been on. Absolutely go with a guide so you can get the most of this experience. With a guide you can go through tunnels, climb through a maze of rocks, and see wonderful arches. If you go on your own, there is a good chance of getting lost or not being able to see everything it has to offer. The furnace has a lot of shade, so it is one of the few places in the park that you can hike mid-day. Cannot recommend highly enough - do not miss this if you are in Moab

1  Thank VirginiaJkl
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Reviewed 23 June 2014

The Fiery Furnace hike is a lot of fun. The rock formations and arches are spectacular, and the moderate rock scramble through the furnace adds a bit of a challenge! The fact that access is limited to the area make the hike more enjoyable and Ranger Leigh did a great job sharing the secrets of nature to be found in the park. She really made the morning hike enjoyable.

2  Thank MGM50
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Reviewed 17 June 2014

We tried to do this hike once before but it was all booked up. So this time we made reservations in February for our hike in June! This is a Ranger guided hike into the slot canyons of the area of Arches National Park called Fiery Furnace. You can only go in there with a Ranger or get a permit! This hike is two miles long and takes three hours. When you pick up your tickets at the Visitor Center the Ranger will show you pictures of what you will be doing to make sure you are up for it because once you start the hike you have to finish it! We had so much fun and it is beautiful and interesting in those canyons! You climb up and down, jump across an opening, slide on your backside, do a kind of crab crawl standing up and sitting down, go up and down Rock steps, walk on narrow ledges, fit thru narrow openings and along the way learn a lot about the area from your Ranger!!!!! The Ranger gives great directions and explanations!!!!! We had a fantastic time and would do it again in a heartbeat!!!!! Bring plenty of water! No children under 5 allowed.

6  Thank Richard N
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Reviewed 4 June 2014

We go with other 6 people lead by Molly - our private tour guide. WOW, it was one of most Fun, Scary, more of mentality Challenge than physical one (I am fear of height). We saw total of 18 arches (use National Park standard), squeeze through less than 1 foot of cracks; walk under the arch, jump into the cave, investigating the mysterious animal foot prints, few scratches on the knee, weary arms (use your shoulders and knees and propel yourself up and down through). laugh, fun, experience and helping each other (team work) - Priceless


3  Thank 118TempeAZ
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