Last year, we visited Utah’s Zion National Park, as it is only an hour and a half from Katie’s parents’ house.
It was the last stop on a day trip through southwest Utah, so we were a little too tired and ill-prepared to hike the five miles to Angels Landing. We hope to spend a little more time in the park when we’re out there this summer.
Still, even on the lower trails the views of the canyon are stunning. We found ourselves in utter disbelief at almost every turn of the trail, which would reveal progressively more impressive picturesque views.
Here’s a sampling of what we saw:
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