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warmer water . great views

As mentioned in several reviews, Orderville Canyon can be reached by following the right path at... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
emleigha
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Schertz, Texas
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Don't miss it when hiking the narrows

Orderville Canyon is a narrow slot canyon to the right as you are hiking up the Narrows. It is... read more

Reviewed July 10, 2018
Bryce B
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Orem, Utah
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As mentioned in several reviews, Orderville Canyon can be reached by following the right path at the fork. The water is noticeably warmer, and this is where I had some minor issue with my Keen sandals, as some gravel would get stuck in my sandals....More

Thank emleigha
Reviewed July 10, 2018

Orderville Canyon is a narrow slot canyon to the right as you are hiking up the Narrows. It is actually narrower than the Narrows. You can go up it about half a mile before it becomes impassible. A lot of people miss it and miss...More

1  Thank Bryce B
Reviewed July 1, 2018

The Narrows is amazing. If you make it to the "split" do both. Take the time, and if you've gone early enough, you can get a real feeling of solitude in the river. We walked up this narrow canyon instead of Wall Street, and loved...More

Thank MaudraS
Reviewed October 29, 2017

We really liked this little slot canyon about 5 miles into the canyon (Believe it's the first right you can take). We explored it a bit and had a great time.

Thank Anna S
Reviewed July 6, 2017

We were walking the Narrows on a super busy day and went into Orderville Canyon not knowing what it actually was. But less people were going that direction so we followed that path for a while. Stopped before the waterfalls because there was a tree...More

1  Thank Allison W
Reviewed March 19, 2017

we were hiking the north fork and had littel time only for the orderville canyon, seems to be a vey impressive slot canyon, you should save some time for it...

1  Thank 787klausm
Reviewed November 9, 2016

rental guy I at Springdale told us how to get to this part of Virgin River - off of the Narrows . he was right and 2 older hikers coming out from here describe the 1st waterfall , that you have to cross/climb over to...More

Thank Roxanne M
Reviewed October 2, 2016

Orderville Canyon is a slot canyon approximately three miles up the Narrows. It is far narrower than the narrows and bouldering is required in some places. Be sure to check the flash flood potential before entering any slot canyon. When I visited, a permit was...More

1  Thank bklyn56
Reviewed October 1, 2016

Be sure to bring your harness and rope and have some skill in rappelling. This is great for beginners who have someone with them to "show them the ropes". Some obstacles are challenging. Water is cold midway through but "warms up" once you reach the...More

1  Thank AshleynBryan
Reviewed July 2, 2016 via mobile

This is a branch to the right as you come to Wall Street on the right side of the narrows. By contrast it is even narrower than the narrows and is actually more difficult to walk up. We went up it a little way on...More

1  Thank Milnthorp
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