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Capitol Reef National Park: Cassidy Arch Trail
Here’s a trail without much elevation gain and a view of park landmarks Grand Wash, Cassidy Arch and the Frying Pan.
Round trip 3.5 miles
Elevation Gain: 580 feet
Bryce Canyon National Park: Hat Shop
This hike gives you great views of the national park on the way to the odd-looking balanced rocks take their name from the spires of red rock with wide, white tops.
Round trip: 3.7 miles
Elevation gain: 407 feet
Arches National Park: Fiery Furnace
This hike requires permits. There are no designated trails and your GPS will not work inside the slot canyons. But the Fiery Furnace has a plethora of red rock fins, towers, spires and even a few arches. And Fiery Furnace is great for exploring in narrow canyons and up and down boulders and rock walls.
Capitol Reef National Park: Grand Wash
This is an easy, family-friendly, picturesque hike. There are beautiful red, white and yellow cliffs that tower over the wash.
Round trip: 4 miles
Elevation Gain: 152
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