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Emerald Pools Trail

Hurricane, Utah 84737 USA

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“pure natural beauty”

Several hiking options are available here, ranging from short and easy to strenuous. All hikes lead to sparkling waterfalls and glistening pools. Majestic sights can be seen all along the trails, including views of Lady Mountain, the Great White Throne, Red Arch Mountain and cliffs in all directions. The lower trail is well suited for young children, baby strollers and people in wheelchairs (with some assistance). Location: Zion Canyon Difficulty: Easy to lower pool, moderate to middle, strenuous to upper Length: Round trip distances are 1.2 miles to lower, 2 miles to middle and 3 miles to upper Elevation change: 70 feet to lower, 150 feet to middle, 350 feet to upper Weather: These trails can be hiked year-round. Summers are hot and so hiking is most pleasant during morning hours. Spring and fall are ideal times to hike. During winter ice may be present in some spots, but it can usually be avoided. Spring runoff enlarges the streams and creates powerful, dramatic waterfalls. Other Factors: Full services are available at Zion Lodge, across the highway from the trailhead, including restrooms, drinking water, a snack bar and restaurant. Route Descriptions: The trailhead is across the highway from Zion Lodge. Two trails begin there. The Lower Trail follows the canyon bottom to Lower Emerald Pool, which is located at the base of a cliff. Two small streams spreads across the cliff face and trickle into the pools. The trail leads behind the falling water. (During spring runoff, the stream may surge and create powerful waterfalls.) The Middle Trail climbs the ridge to a series of viewpoints above the lower pool. From the lower pool you can climb a steep route and connect with the Middle Trail. You can also reach the Middle Trail viewpoints from The Grotto via the Kayenta Trail. From the Middle Trail, a steep trail continues up the canyon up to the Upper Pool. The upper pool is larger, with a high waterfall coming into it from a towering cliff. During runoff that waterfall can be very dramatic. All trails are clearly marked and easy to follow. The Upper Trail is steep and sandy, and has some eroded spots.

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Emerald Pools Trail

Hurricane, Utah
84737 USA
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