I previously posted about my new 360-degree camera and how I went to Zion to get some test shots (see those pics). I also wanted to test the video capabilities so a day-hike through The Narrows seemed like the perfect location. Check out the results below. Be sure to click… Continue reading
I took a short trip to Zion last week to experiment with a new camera that captures the surroundings in 360-degrees. The weather didn’t fully cooperate, but I still managed to day-hike The Narrows and capture a few other cool sights. (BTW: a 360-degree video is also available. ) Click… Continue reading
Poverty Wash is a tributary of the East Fork of the Virgin River just east of Zion National Park. The lower end includes a scenic section of narrows and is strongly suggested as a diversion for anybody hiking The Barracks. It only takes 30-45 minutes roundtrip to hike up through… Continue reading
The Barracks is a great canyon just outside Zion National Park’s east boundary. Hikers wishing to travel the length of the canyon must get past one obstacle in between the Poverty Wash and Misery Canyon tributaries. At this spot a rockfall has created a constriction in the canyon resulting in… Continue reading
Part of the Hayduke Trail Reference The official route of the Hayduke Trail climbs out of The Barracks via a very steep gully just downstream from the Misery Canyon tributary. IMHO… this is not the best way. Many others likely agree as this gem of a canyon has been frequented… Continue reading
The video from my 20-day, 320-mile trek from Zion to Capitol Reef from earlier this spring. If you prefer to just see the highlights, there’s also the up-tempo short version with music (7+ minutes). And, If you haven’t already, check out the full trip report.
In late April I set out on my latest long-distance hike in southern Utah. The goal this time out was to hike from Zion National Park to Capitol Reef National Park. The start and end points would be similar to my “Grand Staircase” hike in 2006, but the new route… Continue reading
I’d planned an early-March trip to hike several spots I wanted to explore near Zion and St. George. But, with a very favorable forecast, I decided to ‘upgrade’ the plan and link several spots to do a longer LOOP backpack. Veteran Zion hikers know about the “Trans-Zion” route which stretches… Continue reading
There was snow in the forecast during my recent trip to southern Utah, so I decided to head to Zion as I’ve never seen it in winter. Unfortunately the storm ended up not dumping that much on Zion. Thus, instead of doing a lot of photography, I did some exploring.… Continue reading
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