Canyonlands National Park Slickrock Foot Trail

Moab, Utah

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A scenic trip through the geology of the Canyonlands. Either a beginner or experienced hiker with a half day to spend in the Needles District will enjoy spending it on the Slickrock Foot Trail. Many hikes in the Needles follow canyon bottoms, but this trail stays high and gives an overall perspective of the entire southeastern corner of Canyonlands National Park. Either a beginner or experienced hiker with a half day to spend in the Needles District will enjoy spending it on the Slickrock Foot Trail. Many hikes in the Needles follow canyon bottoms, but this trail stays high and gives an overall perspective of the entire southeastern corner of Canyonlands National Park.

Canyonlands National Park: Slickrock Foot Trail Professional Review and Guide

"A scenic trip through the geology of the Canyonlands. Either a beginner or experienced hiker with a half day to spend in the Needles District will enjoy spending it on the Slickrock Foot Trail. Many hikes in the Needles follow canyon bottoms, but this trail stays high and gives an overall perspective of the entire southeastern corner of Canyonlands National Park.

Either a beginner or experienced hiker with a half day to
spend in the Needles District will enjoy spending it on the Slickrock Foot Trail. Many hikes in the Needles follow canyon bottoms, but this trail stays high and gives an overall
perspective of the entire southeastern corner of Canyonlands
National Park."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Moab
Distance: 2.4
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Canyonlands National Park 2282 South West Resource Blvd. Moab, UT 84532 Phone: (435) 719-2313 Website: www.nps.gov/cany
Local Maps: Trails Illustrated Needles and USGS The Loop
Driving Directions: Directions to Canyonlands National Park: Slickrock Foot Trail

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