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Fiery Furnace, Arches National Park

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Geologic Formation · Hiking Trail
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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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  • Wow! We did the self guided tour, and (purposely) got lost several times. Many nooks and crannies to explore and there is always something interesting around every corner. Amazing landscapes and... 
    Wow! We did the self guided tour, and (purposely) got lost several times. Many nooks and crannies to explore and there is always something interesting around every corner. Amazing landscapes and...  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
    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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  • OMG, you need a special pass to visit here!! Please go day one and try to get into a ranger lead trip! You will simply be amazed by the experience!!! Deep canyon hiking, Bouldering and enjoying the environment that looks like it is out of this world!!! It truly is a great trip!!
  • This is a nutural maze for people 5 years old and above to enjoy. Everyday only 56 permits are granted and you'd better order it 7 days in advance. I would suggest to take counter clockwise route to complete this 2.1 miles adventures journey. You need to find two arches inside the maze, Skull Arch and Surprise Arch. Don't walk away from the sign "dead end ahead" if you think you are close to Surprise Arch. It took us 2 hours and 15 minutes to complete the challenge. It was fun!

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