Climbing To The Top Of Checkerboard Mesa
Checkerboard Mesa is located on the Eastside of Zion National Park and offers outstanding views. Fall colors are popping as well. Fall colors along the route. Lots of bushwacking required. East entrance at upper right.
Autumn In Zion Canyon 2.0
More from my recent trek up Zion Canyon to view fall colors.
Autumn In Zion Canyon
Made my way up Zion Canyon on Friday hoping for peak fall colors. I was not disappointed. Cottonwoods, Big-tooth Maples and Scrub Oaks provided most of the color.
Fall Colors Have Arrived At Zion NP
That is on the East Side of the park. The colors tend to pop more on a cloudy and rainy day.
Fall Colors In Zion Canyon
The fall colors invaded the main part of Zion National Park, at the 4,200 foot level.
An Explosion Of Color
At Zion National Park! I’ve lived here for 8 years and have never seen the fall colors as vibrant on Zion’s Eastside as I have this year. More to come.
Fall Colors Invade Zion Canyon- Part 1
Like an army of ants, autumn colors made its journey through Zion Canyon the past few weeks. Cottonwoods, maples and scrub oaks are the trees that provide the display. Its just too bad that the colors don’t stay longer. Autumn colors at the foot…
Zion’s Colorful Echo Canyon
Fall colors usually develop first in Zion at Echo Canyon. It’s about 1,000 feet higher in elevation than Zion’s main canyon. Echo Canyon’s sandstone walls soar another 2,000 feet into the distant sky, thereby making it a marvelous trek in autumn. You are surrounded by color as you walk through…
Zion Canyon Autumn- Volume 1, Peak Color
This is the first post of three capturing the fall color season at Zion National Park, Utah. Peak colors arrived a few weeks later than normal and was quite beautiful. While shooting the fall foliage, I noticed a number of geological wonders I had not noticed before. Those images will appear in the next post.…
This Just In! Zion Canyon On Fire!
Was in Zion Canyon today and noticed trees were on fire. The cottonwoods, maples and oaks were aflame. I got one shot for this post today. The rest to follow in a few days. Look for post tomorrow on the surreal and otherworldly Yellow Rock. You won’t believe it.