Zion 360-degree Photos

Blog_CoverI 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 and drag within the photo to explore each location (smartphone users can enjoy “auto pan”!) I recommend clicking the “expand” icon in the bottom-right of each image for a cool full-screen/immersive experience. The files are large, so please be patient on slower connections.¬†Enjoy.

The Zion “Bonsai”

Above Keyhole Slot Canyon

Bridge View of The Watchman

Since these images are quite large I will split them up into a few sets.

Continue to the next page to explore 360-degree photos of The Narrows.

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4 Comments

  1. Patrick Messier

    love these pics, i wonder, is there any way to zoom in? I have windows laptop.

    • Hmm… I thought it was possible, but now I don’t see a method of how. Other 360-degree viewers let you use the scroll wheel on the mouse and/or have a +/- control on the screen. I will investigate and post if I find a solution.

  2. Very very cool. I’m sitting at a bar. I pull up the first photo and assumed I’d just rotate it with my finger. I realized all I had to do was move the phone to pan. Next thing I know I’m spinning on the bar stool laughing at how cool it is. I wound up drawing a small crowd. Everybody loved it! Amazing how well it does without distorting the image!