Park guides and volunteers offer a variety of interpretive programs every day, spring through fall. Program types, times, and locations vary throughout the year and may change due to weather or other factors. Check at Arches Visitor Center upon arriving for more details.
Fiery Furnace Hikes
Rangers lead two different tours through the Fiery Furnace: a 2.5-hour loop hike and a slightly shorter, less physically demanding out-and-back hike.
Due to the maze-like nature of the terrain, all participants must complete the hike once they enter the Fiery Furnace.
You must wear good hiking shoes or boots that have gripping soles. No sandals or high heeled shoes are allowed. Each person must carry at least one quart or liter of water. You should stow water and other gear in a backpack so that your hands are free to help navigate the terrain. Tripods are not recommended.
Due to the terrain's difficulty, we do not allow children under 5 years of age on either hike. An adult must accompany all children aged 12 and under.
What do tickets cost?
How do I get a ticket?
Some hikes are offered first-come, first-served.
Some hikes may be available for reservation on recreation.gov.