Hiking the subway from the bottom up is a great way to see beautiful cascades and waterfalls as well as the lower subway’s unique rock formations. The hike is non-technical, but you will get wet. In winter months cold water protection such as a dry suit is necessary.
Difficulty Rating: 6/10
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If you’re looking for an easy stroll in the outdoors with incredible views and an abundance of lush vegetation, Emerald Pools is the hike for you. The trail is well paved and the minimal elevation gain can be accomplished by anyone. Hiking Emerald Pools is a great chance to get outside and enjoy a taste of what Zion has to offer.
Difficulty Rating: 4/10
Angels Landing is the top attraction in Zion National Park and one of the most famous hikes in any US National Park. The first three quarters of this hike follow a paved trail to a scenic lookout point. The final portion of this daring hike traverses a narrow trail, with steep drop-offs on either side, to a lofty perch that provides a breathtaking 360-degree view of Zion Canyon.
Difficulty Rating: 8/10