We drove to here from Page, Arizona. You cross the dam and go about 20 miles. Big enough parking lot on the right side of highway. It's a relatively easy trail. The trail winds and curves a lot and people have made "shortcuts" to avoid those curves. About halfway in the trail, it seems like the normal trail has collapsed and you have to impromptu climb up a small hill. Payoff at the end is worth the hike. We had the whole rock and "toadstools" to ourselves, so we took pictures and just relaxed for 30 minutes enjoying the silence.
On the way back, somehow we ended up walking off the main trail. Then navigating back towards the trail, we noticed footprints, meaning other hikers had done the same thing. So pay attention, otherwise you'll end up veering off the trail. Not a big deal whatsoever. Would recommend doing this. Devote about an hour and a half.
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