Thanks Radek. Actually, it's still a work in progress. I'm trying to dream up ways to improve it. Suggestions?
great page...effort like this is what makes SP truly a guidebook...cheers
Thanks Dow. I appreciate the comment.
Now that SPv2 can take longer names for group pages, I would change the name of the page to Zion National Park instead of Zion Nat´l Park. Would help with the search function.
Good suggestion. Thanks, Scott.
your pages! Maybe you could get together with Bo Beck
and Tanya and get some of those east Zion place names down.
Have a GREAT one, ICE CREAM MAN!!!
Haaa, thanks brother. It's definitely nice when everyone's on the same page!
be corrected? Thanks
Done. Thank you for pointing that out!
What a phenomenal and vast effort you have put into making this excellent page. Great job CP! Simply a vault of information.
Thanks Bryan. I appreciate the kind words. I've kind of let my SP pages fall into neglect lately, though. I'm glad the information is still useful. It's a wonderful park.
i'm headed to zion tomorrow actually thanks for the great info on this page, i'm sure the note you have about showers will be money. might be worth mentioning: if you don't want to pay the $16 for the campground, there's BLM land just south of the park called "mosquito cove" alongside the river between mile markers 23 and 24 on HWY 9
Indeed, there is Mosquito Cove but I have never (and will never) stay there. Absolutely, disgustingly filthy with human feces.
This page virtually ignores the main feature (or at least main tourist attraction) of Zion National Park - Zion Canyon.
Really? The longest chapter on the page is about the canyon:
The page's focus is on peaks and the canyoneering, not on hikes and tourist attractions, so if something like that is what seems to be missing, the page won't have something on that anytime soon.
The "Overview," which is the first "chapter" doesn't even mention Zion Canyon and among all of the photos there isn't a single one of Zion Canyon. Peaks and canyoneering are definitely important for this site, but so are hikes and every page should have a bit of a general introduction so that readers will know a bit more about a location beyond the climbing aspect.
among all of the photos there isn't a single one of Zion Canyon.
Several of the photos I see were taken from Zion Canyon. The photo of Great White Throne, for example is one of the classic shots and attractions of Zion Canyon and was taken right from the canyon.
I wrote "of" the canyon, not "from" the canyon.