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FIERY FURNACE TOUR - ARCHES, UT
part ofArches National Park, National Park Service
Overview:The Fiery Furnace, in beautiful Arches National Park, offers a labyrinth of narrow passageways and abrupt dead-ends among a series of sandstone fins.
Though it does not encompass a very large area, it is easy to become disoriented or lost. For this reason, and to protect native plants and soils, visitors must join a guided hike, or obtain a special permit, in order to enter the Fiery Furnace.
Ranger guided hikes into the Fiery Furnace are offered daily, spring through fall. These popular three-hour hikes are moderately strenuous, requiring the use of hands and feet to scramble up and through narrow cracks and along steep ledges above drop offs.
Fiery Furnace ranger guided tours fill far in advance so early reservations are recommended. To view a video of the Fiery Furnace tour, click here.
Know Before You Go:
Getting There:The entrance to Arches National Park is located 5 miles north of Moab, Utah on US Highway 191. There is no public transportation to Arches National Park.
Mailing Address:Arches National Park, P.O. Box 907
Moab UT 84532
Phone Number:Information: (435)719-2299