Angel's Palace Trail
This is one of the more popular hiking trails in the park. There is a large parking area at the trail head and route finding is fairly easy. However the trail does cross over on itself several times but it is in such a compact area that you would not miss any thing if you missed one of the small loops. The sign at the trail head states the trail is 1.5 miles long but with a few side trails to view points my GPS put it 1.8 miles.
The trail is well worn and has full exposure to the sun. A nice trail to do.
Equipment: Plenty of water, sun block and a good hat to protect from the sun.
- Hiking and Walking
- National/State Park
Horseback riding tours of the park are offered. Riding trails include the very scenic Panorama Point trail, which riders share with hikers. Tours can be arranged by contacting the park headquarters.
Numerous park trails, including Panorama Point, are open to mountain bikers. Most are relatively flat, and don't offer quite the workout, but you can't best the scenery.