Orderville Gulch Trailhead

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While hiking in Orderville Gulch, you experience sheer cliffs that tower overhead. If you plan to travel the entire length of the canyon, you will need experience using ropes to down-climb, or rappel 15 feet. You will also need a permit from Zion National Park because you will exit in the Temple of…

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Location

Orderville Gulch Trailhead is located in Utah

Directions

From Highway 9, take The North Fork County Road. After 5 Ѕ miles, the road will turn to dirt. Once you’ve left pavement, travel on the North Fork Road for 7 miles. There is a sign on the west side of North Fork Road indicating that route 92 accesses Orderville Gulch. If you do not have a four-wheel-drive, high-clearance vehicle, park on the eastern side of the gate and follow the route for 3 miles to the Orderville Gulch Trailhead. BLM route 92 beyond the gate, requires a four-wheel-drive, high clearance vehicle. This route is not recommended for travel in a passenger car. These routes may be impassable during the winter and monsoonal months due to snow, mud, or washouts. The dirt portion of the North Fork County Road is impassable when wet due to its clay base. When wet, the road becomes mud, which is impassable even for four-wheel-drive, high-clearance vehicles. It is most often impassable in winter and monsoonal months.

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37.33530927 N
112.83340255 W

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About This Campground

While hiking in Orderville Gulch, you experience sheer cliffs that tower overhead. If you plan to travel the entire length of the canyon, you will need experience using ropes to down-climb, or rappel 15 feet. You will also need a permit from Zion National Park because you will exit in the Temple of Sinawava. This is typically done as a day trip. If exiting the canyon at the upstream Orderville Gulch trailhead, it usually takes approximately 4 to 6 hours round trip. If you exit downstream and exit in Zion National Park, it will take approximately 8 to 12 hours. A permit is required from Zion National Park to exit at the Temple of Suawava. Mileage: Various lengths, depending on how far down the canyon you would like to hike. 12.3 miles from the Orderville Gulch Trailhead to the Temple of Sinawava.

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