The Iconic Narrows At Zion National Park


When people visit Zion, I tell them they must hike The Narrows. It’s a huge slot canyon that the Virgin River has carved over millions of years. It’s not necessarily a hike as much as it’s a ford. You’re hiking in the river 80 percent of the time. So bring a pair of your old hiking shoes and a hiking pole for stabilization. And of course a good camera. These images are from this past summer.

Hikers travel through the steep canyon walls at The Narrows at Zion National Park, Utah

The canyon walls soar some 1,200 feet above the Virgin River.

Categories: Active Outdoors, Desert Southwest, National Parks, Utah, ZionTags: , , ,

3 comments

  1. Wow, such an amazing and beautiful place! ❤️😎🤩

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  2. Great colors and textures.

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