From the Cutting Room Floor: Zion National Park

As we get ready for our next national parks guide, we're taking a trip down memory lane to our time in southwest Utah
May 7, 2016Words by Huckberry Staff

"May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view."

Edward Abbey

In our excitement to release our next Insider's Guide out into the world for all to see – Grand Canyon or bust, baby – we're taking some time to reflect on our time in our previous national park, Zion. We bled, we sweat, we froze, we experienced four seasons in as many days, and it was one of the best trips of our lives. 

There were more photos from the trip than we could possibly fit into one guide, which is exactly why we're sharing some of our favorites from the cutting room floor. [H]

Let's play, "Can you spot Chris Brinlee?"
Just a casual free solo
The water in the Narrows was a little deep at spots
Sandstone details
Taco Tuesday at South Campground
Don't look down
Z is for Zion
Heading back down and out of the clouds from Observation Point
We're all for socks with sandals
Told you it was snowy up there on Observation Point
Can't get enough of slot canyons
The many switchbacks of Walter's Wiggles on the way up to Angel's Landing

Images ©: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12-16; Alex Souza. 3, 5, 7, 10, 11; Chris Brinlee Jr


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