Zion National Park

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If you have never visited Zion National Park in Utah, you are missing one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.  It’s a special place with two distinctly different sides–joined by a tunnel in one of the monoliths that make up the sides of the canyon.  The east side is comprised of tall sandstone monoliths in shades of red, orange, white and brown, speckled with the green of plants and trees growing out of the rock.  The west side is primarily slick rock with a personality all it’s own.  Another section of Zion is the Kolob Canyons.  This is a wonderland in itself.  Then, in between is the Kolob Reservoir Road with incredible views along the entire road. And the Grafton Ghost Town is just outside the park’s boundaries.

Not only is Zion a wonderful place, but it is within driving distance of Cedar Breaks, Bryce Canyon, and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.  You can also take off from there and drive through Monument Valley on the way to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.

I once spent three weeks at Zion when my son was a ranger there, and I never got bored or ran out of things to do.  And I kept going back every year he was there.

I hope you enjoy my photos!

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