Anything past the end of road roundabout on the Zion Canyon Seanic road. Follow the Riverwalk foot-trail up-stream until you reach your objective. The canyon has a north-south orientation, and the Riverwalk trail is as crowded as they come.
Take the shuttle bus (or drive in the off-season) to the very end of the Zion Canyon Sceanic road. There is a parking area here, and restrooms. This area is known as the Temple of Sinewava. Follow the very popular Riverwalk trail up the Virgin river. This trail eventually leads one to the Zion narrows. Depending on how far up canyon your route is, the approach could range fron minutes to hours (and could even require swimming!).
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Riverwalk Trail/ The Zion Narrows:
Freak Show 5.12 PG13 Trad, 8 pitches, 750 feet, Grade IV
Featured Route For The Riverwalk Trail/ The Zion Narrows
Pitch 1: A silly bolted slab that ends at a sandy garden stance in bushes without any anchor or cracks to really build one.(feel free to add an anchor) 10/10+Pitch 2: Lace up your bowling shoes! Its the Brunswick pitch. It starts in a crack/flake system and climbs about 25 feet before clipping the first bolt (easily seen from the belay). The route then traverses 8 feet left to another crack system, and up 15 feet to another bolt before traversing to the right again. (don't get lured up above thi...[more] Browse More Classics in UT