Let’s be honest. Zion National Park is popular for a reason.
Although we shared the park with hundreds of tourists, we also were able to step out of the crowds and into the parts of Zion that are a little more wild.
In doing so, we experienced four busy days of:
- Observation Point Trail – highest hikeable spot
- The Subway – competitive permit game ending in success
- The Narrows – classic Zion
- Angel’s Landing – much more extreme classic Zion
…as well as a couple Ranger programs, some shorter hikes, and three nights at the park campground.
Here are a few things that we saw:
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