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Return To Zion National Park, Southern Utah

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By Robert Ellis

We made a return trip to Southern Utah in Late September 2021. Our first trip in April was more of a drive through only, part of the park (due to Covid restrictions and the inability to obtain shuttle reservations) however, this trip we spent a couple days hiking in the park since the restrictions for riding the shuttle busses had been lifted. What a park it is!!!

This pic was taken along the trail that takes you to the famous "Angels Landing". The total trip is around 5 miles. Myself and wife Tammy made it to the 2 1/2 mile resting spot called scouts lookout. From that vantage point you either muster up the strength and courage to do the final leg of the terrifying Angels Landing (last 1/2 mile) or turn around and trek back down... so we waited around an hour for another member of our party to complete that portion of the trail, and headed back down. A couple more photos will follow from this and another hike while in Zion National Park.



To see photos from Robert's previous trip out west, click here:
Leaving Green, Heading West, Valley Of Fire, NV, Day 1


This story was posted on 2022-03-09 12:35:12
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Return To Zion National Park, Southern Utah (Part I)



2022-03-09 - Utah - Photo By Robert Ellis, Robert Ellis Woodworking.
Robert captured this photo along the trail that takes you to the famous "Angels Landing." He says, "A couple more photos will follow from this and another hike while in Zion National Park."

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Return To Zion National Park, Southern Utah (Part 2)



2021-09-30 - Utah - Photo By Robert Ellis, Robert Ellis Woodworking.
Robert captured this photo along the trail that takes you to the famous "Angels Landing." He says, "Here Tammy is stopping to take a pic of the view on the way back down from the Angels Landing Hike."

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Return To Zion National Park, Southern Utah (Part 3)



2022-03-15 - Utah - Photo By Robert Ellis, Robert Ellis Woodworking.
Robert writes, "This trail is on the East side of the park (on top of the Mountain). It called the Canyon Overlook Trail. The hike is around a mile, with breathe taking views. Parking at the trailhead is very limited, but we found a spot and was able to do the hike. We hiked this trail before heading over to Bryce Canyon National Park (Part II)."

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