The Subway

Trail Length: 9.5 point-to-point or 9 miles out-and-back

Degree of Difficulty: Strenuous

Elevation Change: 1,300 feet

Open all year. Mud can be a problem after the winter thaw or big storms.
Tip: It is most difficult to hike from the bottom up and this hike should only be done with an experience canyoneer. In the heat of the summer it is recommended to bring 4L of water. Preserve some energy for the final climb out.
Description: The Subway is a moderately technical slot canyon with cold water that can involve swimming, wading, and scrambling. This hike boasts waterfall caves and incredible sites.


Permits are required.

Zion National Park Trails