Chinle Trail Zion National Park

Rockville, Utah

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A traverse through the low desert of southwestern Zion ending at Coalpits Wash. From the parking area on Anasazi Way, follow the trail to the park boundary. Follow the path northwest as it smooths out into a wide, sandy trail. It’s easy hiking here, through pleasant, open scrubland. This portion of the trail offers clear and consistent views of Mount Kinesava and the Three Marys ahead to the north. A backward glance reveals the magnificent spires known as the Eagle Crags.
Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

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Hiking Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks

by Erik Molvar & Tamara Martin (Falcon Guides)

A traverse through the low desert of southwestern Zion ending at Coalpits Wash. From the parking area on Anasazi Way, follow the trail to the park boundary. Follow the path northwest as it smooths out into a wide, sandy trail.

It’s easy hiking here, through pleasant, open scrubland. This portion of the trail offers clear and consistent views of Mount Kinesava and the Three Marys ahead to the north. A backward glance reveals the magnificent spires known as the Eagle Crags.

© 2013 Erik Molvar & Tamara Martin/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Rockville
Distance: 8.1
Trail Type: Point-to-Point
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 4 hours
Season: Best season: June–February
Local Contacts: Zion National Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Chinle Trail (Zion National Park)

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