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Tag - Zion

Emerald Pools Trail Zion National Park

Hiking

A combination of waterfalls, pools and  monoliths create the Emerald Pools Trail System. There are three Emerald Pools — Upper, Middle, and Lower — and hikers may choose from many trails to reach all three. Distance – 1.2-mile round-trip loop…

Riverside Walk Zion National Park

Hiking

The Riverside Walk also known as the “Gateway to the Narrows” is a nice little paved trail in Zion National Park. Starting at the Temple of Sinawava, bringing you along the river bank into the mouth of the…

Canyon Overlook Trail Zion National Park, Utah

Hiking

The Canyon Overlook Trail is one of Zion’s classic easy hikes with outstanding views. The trail begins by ascending beautiful sandstone steps, climbing up above the Zion-Mt. Carmel Tunnel. This short trek brings hikers to a cliff’s edge, boasting…

Weeping Rock – Zion National Park, Utah

Hiking

Weeping Rock is a hiking trail located in Washington County, Utah, and is within Zion National Park. The trail begins at 4,374′, and is an easy 0.4 mile round-trip hike, making it the shortest in the entire park.…

Angel’s Landing – The Hiking Guide: Everything You Need

Hiking

Zion’s iconic hike, Angel’s Landing is known across the country, and the world for a reason. It may not be for the fearful of heights, but don’t let the 1,000+ foot cliffs stop you from experiencing one of…

The Subway – Zion National Park

Hiking

Hiking the Subway in Zion national park is an incredible experience. Only around 80 people are allowed to hike it per day, and you must obtain a permit before parking at the trailhead. If you have the chance…

The Narrows – Zion National Park

Hiking

Hiking the Zion Narrows is yet another one of the Zion National Park’s incredible options. As long as your willing to get a little wet, you’re in for an incredible experience unlike any trail you’ve hiked before. This…

Hiking Cable Mountain | Zion National Park’s Best Less Traveled Hike

Hiking

Zion National Park is known for its incredible beauty. Those looking for great hikes never miss out on the most popular hikes, Angel’s Landing, and Observation Point, but Zion has more to offer. If you are looking for…

Hiking Kolob Arch | La Verkin Creek & Hop Valley Trail | Zion National Park

Hiking

Kolob Arch is known as the 6th largest arch in the world at with a span of about 287 feet. It is located in the northwestern portion of Zion National Park and is hiked frequently as a day…

Observation Point, Zion National Park – Pictures, Maps & Tips

Hiking

Observation Point in Zion National Park is one of the most common hikes in the park due to the incredible views, as well as the unique trail that zig zags up the canyon’s walls. Elevation: 6,507 feet Distance:…