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A nice, 30-45 minute hike, to get you ready for your next fabulous meal at one of the fine eateries in Moab. Not to strenuous, but enough of a hike to get your circulation going. The hike includes Bowtie arch
We loved this hike to Corona Arch. The arch is located outside of the National Park and the drive to the arch trailhead is along the river and there are several places you can stop to see petroglyphs. The hike isn't terribly difficult, even for...More
Popular but spectacular hike with cables and a ladder. If searching for more solitude but a slightly less spectacular hike, head for Jeep arch (named due its shape, no actual Jeep access!). The Jeep arch trailhead is about 1/4 mile further down the road, and...More
I am a novice hiker and didn't want to leave Moab without seeing an arch. I was also traveling for the first time w my dog, Tula. I had read Corona Arch was a dog friendly trail, so decided this should be our trail. I...More
Nice hike to the arch over the rocks....and beautiful formations to view and photograph. Happy to see cairns along the way to guide us. Got there and kids rappelling down the arch. Crazy but fun to watch.
Even late in the day, a very crowded trail all the way... Spectacular scenery, and at the top there are actually three arches that can be seen, one like Paul Bunyan's potty. My six year old grandson had no problem with the hike, which included...More
Just to drive to trailhead was a treat: seeing rock climbers and real petrogliphs. Wear sturdy hiking boots for the climbs and uneven terrain. Was happy that i could meet the challenges of going up a ladder and using a steel cable to ascend cliffs....More
This is a great hike that is not extremely difficult to the Corona Arch. There is a parking lot at the trail head and there are port a potties across the street. This is a defnite must see if you are in Moab!