- 4 miles (typically 2-3 hours)
- Easy with 650 feet elevation gain
- Trailhead: Fisher Towers Trail located about 20 miles northeast of Moab.
Hikers come to the Fisher Towers trail for a chance to experience the Fisher Towers, a grouping of about 12 large stone monoliths that rise in excess of 900 feet from the ground. And at just over 4 miles long with about 650 feet of elevation gain, this popular trail is fit for the whole family to enjoy.
The Fisher Towers Hiking trail is located about 20 miles northeast of Moab off Highway 128.
- Distance: About 4 miles round trip.
- Average Time of Hike: Between 2 and 3 hours.
- Elevation Gain: Approximately 650 feet.
- Difficulty: Easy. The trail is well marked, easy to follow, and has limited elevation gain.
- Trail Type: Out and Back.
- Trailhead: Fisher Towers Trail located about 20 miles from Moab.
Plan & Prepare
This trail is accessible year round though snow is possible in the winter and extreme heat is probable in the summer. During the winter, dressing in layers is advisable as you will be able to adjust your clothing as your temperature changes. During the summer, make sure to pack plenty of sunscreen and wear light, moisture wicking clothing. No water is available on the trail, so carry adequate supplies along.