44966Re: [Zion_National_Park_Hiking] Re: Homepage photo
- Jan 18, 2008
I'm not sure if cobra arch is the the paria canyon wilderness area,
but if it is you need a day use permit.
Can't find the map of the wilderness area on the BLM site.
When I hiked to steamboat rock from the wirepass trailhead
I didn't purchase a permit at the registerbox for the paria canyon as
I was under the impression I didn't need one.
I left a note on my windshield that I had left for steamboat rock.
When I returned from my hike in the eveening I found a writing
that I had to pay the day use permit fee for the paria canyon wilderness area.
Cobra Arch does not need a permit.
I think the permits are $5, yes. If you are just doing a day hike through Buckskin permit are hassle free. You can just get one at the trailhead at the self help station.
--- In Zion_National_ Park_Hiking@ yahoogroups. com, "Gary Clayton Palmer" <claytongarypalmer@ ...> wrote:
> Thanks tanya, a friend and I may be down that way in May to hike the
> areas of the Paria and Buckskin. I have never made it to the wave.
> Are the permits to there also $5? And did you say the area above the
> buckskin and paria don't need permits like to Cobra arch
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