We love exploring the incredible outdoors and being fully immersed in nature. Zion National Park boasts breathtaking views of canyon walls on either side of a trail that runs right through the river. With incredible views and a refreshing wander through the waters, it is no wonder it's a hotspot for hikers.\nThe Narrows Trail is 16 miles long in total, though most visitors choose to start at one end and hike a few miles rather than the whole thing.\nFor $35 per car (up to 15 people or less), you can drive into Zion National Park for the day and explore all it has to offer.\nThe trails are mostly known for the tight canyon walls that at times only reach 20 to 30 feet across the gorge. That is why it's one of the most popular trails.\nIf you and your friends decided to hike it, you'll be walking and even swimming part of the way through the Virgin River that runs through the canyon.\nDuring the warmer months, walking through the water will give the hike a cooler, more refreshing feel.\nIf you don't fancy getting wet, you can opt to walk alongside the river. Though being in the water is considered part of the experience.\nView this post on Instagram These canyons... #thenarrows A post shared by OGI (@odgiiv_m) on Feb 22, 2020 at 12:48am PST\nWaterproof shoes, equipment, and an extra change of clothes are some recommended essentials you should bring.\nMake sure to waterproof your phone or camera too, as you'll want to snap photos of the amazing scenery without drenching your gear.\nView this post on Instagram Zion national park #narrows #zionnationalpark A post shared by OGI (@odgiiv_m) on Feb 21, 2020 at 4:53pm PST\nWith stunning views and a chance to hike through a river, this journey should definitely be added to your next adventure list.\nView this post on Instagram Standing in awe of The Narrows at Zion. #tbt to our trip in July 2019. _ _ _ #zion #zionnationalpark #thenarrows #thenarrowshikeutah #thenarrowshike #hiking #girlswhohike #utah #visitutah #gowest #southwest #mightyfive A post shared by The Leisurely Campers (@theleisurelycampers) on Feb 20, 2020 at 7:34pm PST\nThere is nothing like a cool dip on a warm day in nature to bring a smile to your face. Check out this spot with some good friends and enjoy all that the park has to offer.\nThe Narrows Trail\nDifficulty: Easy to difficult\nLength: 16 miles in total\nAddress: Zion National Park, 1 Zion Park Blvd, State Route 9, Springdale, UT\nWhy you need to go: Incredible views and the chance to hike through cool river waters along towering gorge walls.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.