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Fiery Furnace, Arches National Park

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#4 of 10 in Outdoors in Arches National Park
Geologic Formation · Hiking Trail
Fiery furnace may refer to:

The fiery furnace of the biblical account of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego (Daniel 3)

Fiery Furnace (Arches National Park), a region of Utah's Arches National Park

The Fiery Furnaces, a rock band

The Burning Fiery Furnace, one of the church parables by Benjamin Britten
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  • Awesome scenery. Too bad the Mormons own the whole friggin state. They don't deserve it. You are welcome to visit, but if you want to move there, they want you to join the LDS church.  more »
  • We hiked Fiery Furnace with our 10 and 12 year olds and it was an amazing experience! It felt like 60% of the time we were rock scrambling. There were parts that felt scary and dangerous but there....  more »
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  • Have fun...getting lost! Great walk in a natural maze with a lot of fun places to climb and explore. NOTE, this is not for small children. My 8 year old did it, but much younger than that and the parents nerves might fray. There are multiple points with large drops off the side and this is a natural path (no safety ropes or markers).
  • One of my favorite anywhere. This is a must if you are visiting the park. You can do a ranger led hike or get the day permit and go by yourself. I was lucky to get the hiking permit on that same day and follow the ranger recommended arrows. I can see how easily people can get lost in there. Some arrows are really hard to spot, but as long as you know where you come from, there should be no problem. If you are visiting for the first time and you got lost, make sure to trace back to the last arrow. The whole thing took me about 80 minutes, it was a really cool scavenger hunt. Next time I will definitely spent longer to explore more of this maze! Don't be intimidated, this is suppose to be a fun wilderness experience!

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