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8 trips, 1975 x 2, 1976 x 2, 1978, 1985, 2000, 2013
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Nice Ed! Makes me want to go!
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These days, I consider Zion Canyon Park as one of the best culture and I think, this could make me feel better of gathering some kind of aspect in the field of geography. But there is one question bothered in my mind as of now, are this a nature or a man made? Please give me some information about this matter.
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My wife and I love Zion National Park. We try to go every winter when they run specials at Zion Lodge. This way we avoid the crowds you see during the rest of the year and you still get all the great scenery. If you get a chance to, be sure the take the West Rim Trail to Scout Overlook for an amazing view of Zion Canyon below. I did Angel's Landing many years ago but find it too exposed now (especially in winter).
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Fantastic pictures! (Only where is the one of the submerged wrist?) I visited 25 years ago and remember unbelievable hiking and landscape.
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