"Fiery Furnace" Fiery Furnace Tip by GuthrieColin

Fiery Furnace, Arches National Park: 11 reviews and 25 photos

  Fiery Furnace
by GuthrieColin
 
 

The Fiery Furnace is a mazelike area of spires and fins it gets its name from the bright reds and orange colors that radiate from them particularly in the evening during sunset. The only way to hike the Fiery Furnace is by getting a ranger-guided tour.
The 2 to three hour hikes traverse the unusual landscape. You must reserve a spot on the hiking group at the Visitors Center in order to join the hike and the group is limited so you will need to sign up early. A fee of 8$ per adult and 4$ for children under 12 years old is also required.

Address: Arches National Park, Arches National Park
Directions: Appriximately 13 miles from the Visitors Center is a turnout for the Fiery Furnace.
Phone: +1 435-719-2299
Website: https://www.nps.gov/arch/index.htm

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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