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Upper Canyon Half-Guided Hike 02/04/2023

This guided hike takes you in the upper sections of Seminole Canyon boundaries to learn of the modern-day history of the park. Click the title for more information and to reserve your spot on tour. NO PETS

Why is this a guided hike? This is for your safety and for protection of the cultural and natural resources. The park only supplies guide(s) for the hike; they and the park do not carry any of the participants' gear.

Who provides the guide(s)? The park provides an approved guide, either staff or docent. The guide(s) move at a comfortable pace and the group stays together.

Who can participate in this hike? Almost anyone, considered in good health, have an average/normal upper and lower-body strength, be comfortable with traversing uneven terrain, dense brush and good balance. 

How long is the hike? This hike takes about 4 hours in time and is 2.5 miles in length.

Is there a set number of people allowed on the hike? Yes, there is a maximum of 15 participants.

Is there an age limit? Yes, ages 13-adult.

Can I bring my dog? No, pets are not allowed, for the safety of both your pet and the park's wildlife. This is a wild park, in which your pet will be in an unfamiliar environment, may panic, break away from your control, get lost and/or chase and hurt wildlife.

How much is this guided tour? The tour is $12.00 per person regardless of age.

When can and how do I register for this hike? Registering is permitted only 30 days before the hike date and click on this link to open the online reservation system.

When is the hike cancelled and will it get rescheduled? Rapid and changing severe weather is the major factor in the decision to cancel the hike which include: rain/wet conditions or other declared hazardous/unsafe activity. 

If the hike is cancelled, does it get rescheduled? No

What do I bring for the tour? You are responsible for yourself, bring snacks (time does not allow for a long break). and water.  Please plan accordingly to the current weather conditions and dress appropriately.