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You probably want to do this either at the beginning or end of your day. It's short and a fairly smooth walk until the end when you climb up the sandstone a bit. You'll find the gardens here, created from the water seep through the...More
The trail to the Hanging Gardens is clearly marked. Not a must-see destination but pretty if you have extra time on your hands. There is a lookout with good views of the dam area if you keep walking past the gardens and climb up the...More
Pleasant little hike which is all marked out with stones lined up along the side. It can get slightly confusing at the end hear the actual hanging gardens. We followed the sound of voices from the people who were already there. Its a little to...More
Nice little hike with great views from the top. This only about a mile and a half. At the end is a carved out area of rock that water seeps through. Lots of ferns growing in the rock there which makes the "garden". Fun trail,...More
This is an easy 1 mile hike on flat ground until you get to the Hanging Garden. Then you can hike up the rocks to see the greenery growing right out of the canyon walls, pretty spectacular. The trailhead it right before the bridge if...More
Our afternoon hike was hot - 100 degrees - but not long. The "gardens" are an area under a cliff where water accumulates on the walls and plants grow. The scenery was pretty and the shady area was perfect for a siesta.
The "hanging garden" was pretty dry in August 2018, and there is a limited view of Lake Powell, but it was interesting to walk along the slick rock and get a bit off the beaten path. It is short enough for young children and much...More