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Upstream from Angel’s Landing

Upstream from Angel’s Landing

Posted: 01/02/18

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To arrive here, one must hike a series of switchbacks adding up to 2.5 miles and 1500 vertical feet each way from the Virgin River, or a total of 5 miles and 3,000 vertical feet. Parts of the hike ain’t easy, traversing slick, tilted, sand-covered rock slopes bracketed by thousand-foot dropoffs within just a few feet distance on either side (or sometimes both sides at once). Needless to say, the vista was worth both the trek and roughly 45 minutes’ rest, picnic lunch, and appreciation at the top, to refuel and reload for the journey back.

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