Angels Landing, Zion National Park, Utah

The National Park Service has implemented a fleet of tour buses to handle the massive flow of people through Zion Canyon. The system works very well, there are many clean, electric, buses running up and down all day long, stopping at all the key sights and trail heads. Angel’s Landing is one of the key attractions in the valley. Just the trail itself is a wonder of engineering. Rising more than 1,500 feet from the valley floor to a sheer precipice in a scant few miles along a finger of rock the trail affords unsurpassed views…
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The Subway, Zion National Park

Just returned from Zion National Park. One of the hikes there is along the Left Fork. It’s an absolutely unbelievably stunning trek, passing too-numerous-to-count water falls, the canyon is ringed with sumptuous peaks and ends at the entrance to The Subway. Here are a few images, both from the entrance and just inside the subway tunnel…
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