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There’s a reason they call this area “Ledges”. The trail circles many ledges and different unique rock formations that you are also able to climb through and explore.

The little walk along the creek is pretty cool, just be aware that the water is NOT ok to swim in. The Cuyahoga River does not meet health standards for recreational use which is why you don’t see kayak rentals anywhere within the park. The creek is just a run off of the river

Wow! We were here last year in January and really wanted to attempt the Narrows, but we had our 2 year old daughter with us and decided against it. This year I got to go back for my 30th and it was everything I had excpected it to be. We rented our gear for $45 at Zion Outfitters (right outside the park entrance) which included: Neoprene Socks, Boots, Bib, and a walking stick. We hiked in a group of 6 and were mostly alone in The Narrows the entire time. Honestly this was the most unique hiking experience I have ever had in any National Park. If you have the time and plan it right, this hike will be an incredibly special experience.

Most beautiful beach we have ever visited! The sea stacks along the beach are breathtaking. Late summer/early fall brings out the whales and sea otters too.

The views aren't as breathtaking as Ruby Beach, but it is much less crowded and a beautiful place to visit



This hike has tons of things to do and see! Beautiful waterfalls, wild flowers, and a serene lake to take a dip in. Only issue we encountered was the smoker air due to the BC wildfires, otherwise it was a great work out and hike!

Grab your kayak, or rent one from the south side of the lake and hit the opposite side for gorgeous views of Lassen Peak. The views are spectacular.

Great, possibly best park in the city for views of downtown

Nice lake with a great walking trail. Not sure about the swimming, but there's a rental shack open on the northeast side of the lake during the summer months

Just finished this hike at the falls were stunning. Gets a bit tricky after a fresh snow fall but a great hike



We climbed the steps to the top of Moro Rock a few days ago and the experience was amazing. We were looking out at the view while standing inside the clouds. This is a MUST if you are visiting Sequoia

Such a cool park so close to San Francisco! Best use of an extra afternoon due to cancelled flight ever!

This was one of our first hikes as a family in the Albuquerque area, and it did not disappoint! It was awesome being able to see my 2 year old run the the slot canyons and not worry about her running over a ledge or getting into any dangerous plants!

Perfect beach to take in the views. Great whale watching and cool cave to explore.

Lots of fun amenities! Cool playground and nature center for kids. Small creek with plenty of frogs and toads to find

Quick and easy trail to introduce any newcomer to JT. Great trail for kiddos to hike.

This trail is a great one to really see what JT has to offer. Nice, easy trail for everyone

I remember when it use to be a "Shoe Tree" but too many shoes were thrown on the tree and killed it. Worth a drive by if you are in the area.

Easy hike, even with snow packed trail. Waterfall was completely frozen over but we got to see a very small portion of flowing water. Beautiful scenery all the same.

Absolutely gorgeous beach. About 2 miles south of the main beach, which made our visit nice and quiet. Beautiful walk right off PCH down multiple flights of stairs and straight to the beach!

Great views of downtown and the valley below. Pretty cool seeing a few tv stars enjoying the trail too!



We checked this out after a rainy day, very different perspective but still a site to see

Lots of cool shops and bars down main st. Beautiful soCal beach too!

Not much too see around the towers, but they are something cool to see if you are in area.