Took a hike upstream from the end of the road in 1978. Fantastic place that I swore I would get back to. Still haven't.:(
Lots of fun!! Must see and do if you go to Zion.
My first (unknowing) day of canyoneering.
Yep, I was there.
This was a fun hike and I really want to go back and do it again. The water was a little high in places and that made me somewhat nervous, but it was definitely EPIC! Made a slight tour of a slot canyon that was also really incredible.
What an awesome hike. Rented 5-10 shoes, neoprene socks and a hiking pole from a store. Best $16 spent. Walked by myself all 16 miles. Fantastic weather. Started from Chamberlain Ranch out Zion National Park.
Took a shuttle to the trailhead and did it as a day hike. Plenty of slipping on rocks- bring poles. Spectacular canyon
Due to all the rain, Nation Park hadn't issued a pass for a thru hike in the narrows for four weeks. Myself along with fellow SPer Dustiano were the first to be granted access.
One of my favorite places on earth! especially in the middle of summer at 114 degrees!
This was part of my introduction to southern Utah, "way back" when I was in high school.
Did the top-down overnight haul a few years ago. The first of a couple dozen different Zion canyons I've done over the years.
Dayhike from the North Fork trailhead down to the Temple of Sinawava. Deep wading in a very scenic canyon. There were only two other people hiking the whole canyon but many people were near the bottom.