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Zion Narrows bottom-up day hike in Utah’s Zion National Park with turnaround in the Wall Street section. September 22, 2009.
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  1. Moosesdad1
    Moosesdad1 says:

    Sorry to be just getting back to you. I believe best footwear are hiking shoes with good ankle support and "grippy" rubber soles for comfort and to minimize injury and slipping on rocks when hiking the narrows. Have fun!

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  2. KorruptedCell
    KorruptedCell says:

    My GF her son hiked that today, kicked our asses but it was fun, water goes as deep as your waist on a few occasions, you find deep pools that you can swim about 1.5 maybe 2 hours into your hike.Next time I'll bring an extra paid of shoes 😀 Beautiful place.

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  3. Moosesdad1
    Moosesdad1 says:

    @MrKyvegas00 There are a few waist and chest deep areas that are there every time we've hiked the Narrows, and depending how significant the annual spring flooding is there can be a few spots that may vary from shin deep to chest deep from one year to the next.

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  4. Moosesdad1
    Moosesdad1 says:

    @thinknblink Thanks for the comment, glad you were able to experience this amazing hike! My friends, family and I have done the Narrows hike many times and look forward to our next trip to Zion this summer.

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