10 Best Hikes in Capitol Reef National Park

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Goosenecks and Sunset Point – This is a short hike to a gorgeous view. It got this name because it is one of the good places to watch the sunset at Capitol Reef.

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Chimney Rock – If you're looking for a relatively short hike that isn't too challenging and offers great views of the park, hike the Chimney Rock Loop

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Hickman Bridge – This is one of the best short hikes to do in Capitol Reef.

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Cassidy Arch – If you only have time for one hike in Capitol Reef National Park, this is one of the trails I recommend.

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Grand Wash – The Grand Wash is a very wide canyon, similar to the Narrows at Zion, only without the Virgin River.

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Cohab Canyon – The main draw of this hike is the aerial view of Fruita. The trail starts in historic Fruita and then climbs steeply up the sandstone cliffs.

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Rim Overlook - Similar to Cohab Canyon, the main reason for this hike includes stunning views of Fruita and Capitol Reef National Parks.

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Navajo Knobs – From the canyon floor, you'll hike steadily up to Rim Overlook for stunning views of Fruita, Highway 24, and Scenic Drive.

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Sulfur Creek - This 5.8-mile one-way hike is typically done point-to-point, requiring a second vehicle such as a shuttle.

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