Tag Archives: Zion National Park

Hike to Scout Lookout in Zion

On our last day in Zion, the weather was still preventing us from heading up The Narrows so we opted for one of the more strenuous hikes instead. Trey and I headed up the West Rim Trail towards a peak called Angel’s Landing (the peak […]

Zion in Black & White

Sunset in Zion

We ended our first day in Zion National Park with a leisurely stroll down Pa’rus Trail, a paved path that follows the river down to the campgrounds. Even though it is the most trafficked trail, we still saw some wildlife – a buck who was […]

Weeping Rock in Zion National Park

Named for the continuous water that “weeps” out of the alcove, Weeping Rock has enough moisture to sustain a lush hanging garden. The weeping is caused by an impermeable shale in the canyon walls that prevents water from absorbing into the ground and forces it to […]

Exploring Zion’s Temple of Sinawava

It rained during most of our stay at Zion National Park. As a result, there were flash flood advisories and it wasn’t wise to hike up the famous Narrows. It was a bit of a disappointment but we still made the best of our 2 […]

Panoramas of Zion National Park, UT