The first thing I will say is switch the video quality to the highest size possible. 1440 or 1080p on a mobile device, or definitely 4k on your desktop. It makes all the difference.
Angel’s Landing will be the scariest hike ever if you are afraid of heights. If you are not, then it is a definite bucket list hike. It is so beautiful. It is only about 2.2 miles to the top. The views, the rock stair cases, and the impossibly growing trees are amazing.
The first mile and a half is pretty much paved trail. There are a lot of switchbacks the higher you get. Once at the top of the main trail, you will see the razorback and the beginning of the chain section. It is less than a mile to the top. There are a couple of sections where there is no chain. I tried to show as much of the trail as possible. There are some steeper sections to climb near the top. Definitely use the chains to pull yourself up. Once at the top, there are plenty of areas to rest and take some amazing photos.
If you are planning to take this hike, there are a couple of things you should bring. Gloves will make the climb much easier and will slide along the chain better. Also, bring plenty of water and snacks. There is no water on this trail. There is a bathroom just before the Chain part of the climb. Also, it can get pretty windy near the peak, so a wind breaker or jacket might be useful. Lastly, you should start as early as possible. The chain sections can get pretty busy in the summer time. You will be getting up close and personal with some strangers holding on to that chain.
Take your time, take lots of pictures, and have a great time.
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We’ve always loved camping. We’d pack up our car with a tent, Maverick, and whatever else would fit and head for the most rustic campground in our area. We even spent a week on Edisto Island, SC, tent camping. It never rains once you’ve crossed the bridge to Edisto, the locals said. Well, it rained the entire week we were there! But, we still had fun! As the years passed, we got busier with our jobs and decided we’d go camping more often if we could leave on a moments notice. So we bought good quality camping items, placed them all in totes, organized everything to the max, and then went tent camping like, twice that year. When Anthony bought the Westy, we had the most fun of our lives! We packed it full of everything we needed to go camping/fishing at a moments notice, and we did. I don’t know how many wonderful times that summer I would call Anthony to tell him I got cut early on a Friday night! -Yay, restaurant worker hours, amiright? We could get showered, have our food packed, and be able to leave in under an hour! Summer 2017, you hold the best memories. With this van, we just cut out the middle man, our house! No more packing anything up. We just live in here and are camping all the time! I kid. Living and camping in a van are two different things. I love living in our van but so far on this trip we’ve mostly parked at boat ramps and Walmart’s. This is only the second time we’re staying at a campsite. Honestly, it’s not usually in our budget. But I’ve been wanting to camp aka, put out our awning, and sit around a campfire with our feet in the grass. Getting our grounding on! So this campsite in Flamingo is a real blessing. It’s been so peaceful to sleep in the same spot for longer then two nights.