Angels Landing is a rock formation in Zion National Park in the US state of Utah.
Angels Landing is the national park’s most climbed mountain, thanks in part to the hiking trail to the summit that was completed in 1926.
Access : Coordinates: 37.269444, -112.948056 /
- Angels Landing, formerly called the Temple of Aeolus, is a 1,488-foot (454 m)-high rock formation in Zion National Park, in southwestern Utah.
- Zion National Park offers a hiking trail (the Angels Landing Trail) that allows you to reach the top of the mountain. The length of the trail is 8 kilometers and its height difference is 453 meters. The panorama at the top allows you to view the Virgin Valley flowing at the bottom of the deep canyon of Zion,The hike is not without risks, and the National Park Service strongly advises against the hike for children.Due to the amazing views that can be admired along its entire length, it is widely considered one of the most beautiful hiking trails in the entire United States and is extremely popular, especially during the summer season.There are also several climbing routes at the top, with a difficulty level from 5.8 to 5.11.
Go next : The Great White Throne , a mountain in Zion National Park / The town of Springdale.