•TRAILHEAD: These are strenuous hikes usually done separately. The 1.1-mile paved trail to Hidden Canyon is cut into solid rock in places, and climbs 1,000 feet. The 3.7-mile trail to Observation Point climbs 2,200 feet; both are accessed from the Weeping Rock Parking Area and receive moderate use in summer and on spring weekends. It's about a 3 hour round trip to Hidden Canyon; about 6 hours to Observation Point and back. These trails features slickrock formations, sheer cliffs and narrow canyons. Stay back from cliff edges. They can be unstable or slippery because sand or pebbles act as ballbearings on slickrock.

•Hidden Canyon is a water-carved gorge between Cable Mountain and The Great White Throne. The trail ends at the mouth of Hidden Canyon; you may wish to take more time and walk up along the dry streambed. Grottoes and water-formed features decorate the canyon walls, including a small arch found on the right wall .5 mile upstream from the canyon mouth.